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revival

1. a new production of a play that has not been recently performed
2. a reawakening of faith or renewal of commitment to religion
3. an evangelistic meeting or service intended to effect such a reawakening in those present
4. the re-establishment of legal validity, as of a judgment, contract, etc.

Revival

A restoration to use after a period of obscurity.
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"I told her that Ebenezer Naismith would preach the revival, and that I would build a church great enough in which to house it.
His activity in revivals was great, and he proved himself an instrument in the hands of the church in converting many souls.
The Chief Minister personally demonstrated to the Collectors on Wednesday about the forest revival programme being implemented at Singayapalli, Nentur, Komati Banda under the Gajwel Assembly Constituency jurisdiction.
One of the Ayurvedic medicine - Body revival liquid suspension is well-known for its tremendous health benefits in most chronic diseases.
The revival aims at helping people with medical issues to get an alternative medicine opinion.
Rock band 'El-Fuego' warms up the crowds and then 'Revival Racing' is underway.
He made these remarks while chairing a meeting on the revival of Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM).
The proposed Guidelines on the Revival of Expired Corporations is pursuant to Section 11 of the Revised Corporation Code, which provides for the perpetual existence of corporations.
As part of the shift to a perpetual corporate term, the code allows an expired corporation to apply for the revival of its existence, together with all the rights and privileges under its certificate of incorporation and subject to all of its duties, debts and liabilities existing prior to its revival.
SEC chairperson Emilio Aquino said the revival of expired corporations would be beneficial to the country.
The production will be directed by Tony winner Jerry Zaks, with choreography by Tony winner Warren Carlyle, reuniting the creative team of the Tony-winning revival of 'Hello, Dolly!' starring Bette Midler.
He shows how Regular Baptists during the period, who combined a concern for orderly doctrine and church life with the ideas of George Whitefield's evangelical awakening, belonged to an influential revival movement that contributed to creating the modern Southern Baptist denomination and that they incorporated evangelical and revivalist values into their existing doctrine.