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resurrected

[¦rez·ə¦rek·təd]
(geology)
Pertaining to a surface, landscape, or feature (such as a mountain, peneplain, or fault scarp) that has been restored by exhumation to its previous status in the existing relief. Also known as exhumed.
(hydrology)
Pertaining to a stream that follows an earlier drainage system after a period of brief submergence has slightly masked the old course by a thin film of sediments. Also known a palingenetic.
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, a company formed by the reorganisation of Fiat and Chrysler, is planning to resurrect the Cuda name for a new high-performance car.
Even though he possessed his master's staff, Gehazi was unable to resurrect the child, and instead appealed to Elisha directly to do so.
When you talk about this BNPP again, it's the proposal again that resurrects the Marcos legacy, in the same way that this administration has been resurrecting the horrors of the martial regime,' Villarin said.
I'm very happy to be here and I'm looking to resurrect my season; this week is as important for me as any of the past few months have been.
She provides a road map for de-extinction, beginning with deciding which species or traits to resurrect, through the circuitous path from DNA sequence to living organisms, to discussion about managing populations of engineered individuals once the are released into the wild.
Pay phones may be outdated, but New York City is looking to resurrect them as public broadband hotspots.
It is amicable, but the plan to resurrect him hasn't worked.
Sadly, he's also chosen to resurrect his wardrobe and out has come the gold braided trademark.
SHOPLESS villagers will be able to buy locally again after plans to resurrect an historic store were revealed.
There are plants called poikilohydric that can resurrect from an almost dead- dry stage to normal condition on hydration.
A BAHRAIN religious group is trying to track down an African spiritualist who allegedly accepted thousands of dinars from people in Bahrain after promising to resurrect their dead relatives, the GDN has learned.
One of the leading agricultural supply co-operatives in Wales says the door remains open to one of its competitors to resurrect merger talks, despite the breakdown of negotiations to unite the two.