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Revitalize

To impart new life or restore vitality in a residential or commercial areas through physical improvements and economic programs, such as a “Main Street” program.
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He said the transitional government has agreed to implement a unilateral ceasefire and has supported the revitalization process in many ways including in the mapping process.
In the wake of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's findings in 2015, this program is part of a larger movement of language revitalization activities across the country.
Miyagi Prefecture Governor Murai expressed high expectations for the ongoing support programs of the three companies, saying: "The continuous and widespread support of the Toyota group of companies in Tohoku is a powerful driving force that pushes ahead the revitalization of the region.
The government has already submitted legislation on the Industrial Revitalization Corp.
Deduct half of the revitalization expenses for the tax year in which a taxpayer places a building into service.
In each of the cities, signs of revitalization are clear:
New York is working to generate opportunity in every corner of this state and with the Downtown Revitalization Initiative, we are building on that progress, Governor Cuomo said.
Urban Core III will also feature experts discussing the key issues affecting urban revitalization in New Jersey, ranging from eminent domain to brownfield redevelopment to student housing.
The Defense Contract Management Agency's systems engineering revitalization efforts include creating a customer-focused, performance-based organization that encourages creativity and uses customer-driven measures; and providing product assurance services that meet or exceed customer expectations.
This rally came from the realization by investors that the government was committed to avoiding a hard landing in the restructuring banking sector, and that many of these companies could indeed be saved by revitalization funds of all stripes and sizes.