resuscitation

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resuscitation

[ri‚səs·ə′tā·shən]
(medicine)
Restoration of consciousness or life functions after apparent death.
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Jerry patted me on the neck: "No, Jack, a shilling would not pay for that sort of thing, would it, old boy?
Vanstone: 'Father's compliments, sir, and I have come back upon your hands like a bad shilling, as he always said I should.
You'll be glad to spend another shilling or so, in almond cakes, I dare say?
I might get you turned out of house and home, and cut off with a shilling any day.
A sprightly tramp promised greater difficulty, and nothing but some ferocious pantomime and a shilling persuaded him to forego a choice fantasia of cockney humour.
So he took the monkey away from the Italian, gave the man a shilling and told him to go.
It seems Robin's fame attracted more visitants than was consistent with the growth of the heather, upon a moor worth a shilling an acre.
Miss Wilson, ignoring the invitation, took a shilling from her purse.
I kept all my limbs very supple By the use of this ointment--one shilling the box-- Allow me to sell you a couple?
My long-bow 'gainst a plugged shilling that he would run and bellow lustily at sight of a quarter-staff.
When they had all sufficiently examined the broken leg, Grandfather told them a story about Captain John Hull and the Pine-tree Shillings.
It had not yet occurred to her that she might get money for her locket and earrings which she carried with her, and she applied all her small arithmetic and knowledge of prices to calculating how many meals and how many rides were contained in her two guineas, and the odd shillings, which had a melancholy look, as if they were the pale ashes of the other bright-flaming coin.