Noun(1) bringing again into activity and prominence(2) an evangelistic meeting intended to reawaken interest in religion
(1) a revival in the fortunes of the party(2) And, while it is no longer in its original location, Cotton Club has seen a jazz revival with the renaissance of the Harlem neighborhood.(3) On ├ö├ç├┐Blues for the Lowlands├ö├ç├û Terry and McGhee show why they became so popular during the folk revival of the 50s.(4) Using rubber band tracks, which are currently enjoying a worldwide revival of popularity, would reduce the vulnerability of wheeled vehicles.(5) Even today, you still spend three days brain-dead before revival .(6) A young student in 1984, he maintains Blue Star and the massacres after Indira Gandhi's assassination created a religious revival among British Sikhs.(7) But a religious revival also is taking place, and there are signs of development in Ho Chi Minh City.(8) In the 1980s and 1990s, Afro-Peruvian music has witnessed a strong revival and is now popular in the bars and dance halls of Lima.(9) Florence, meanwhile, is in the throes of a religious revival led by the Dominican friar who thunders against vice, female luxuries, and male effeminacy.(10) Just as the government was proclaiming a ├ö├ç├┐jobs revival ,├ö├ç├û the labour market was hit by another bombshell.(11) If he plays like that every time he is captain, we are in for a revival of England football fortunes.(12) During the trade mission, Ames and Dieleman visited farmers in northern Uganda where cotton production is undergoing a revival .(13) So I went to a trendy lounge in my neighborhood on Friday night and decided to partake in the Pabst Blue Ribbon revival .(14) He was a wood engraver - a skilled contributor to the early 20th-century revival of this printmaking technique.(15) Thomson's most successful chapter deals with the religious revival , perhaps because the extent and quality of the visual imagery is greatest.(16) And for those of us with long memories of mincing, saccharine productions, this revival is an eye opener.
(1) revival :: adfywiad
1. improvement ::
2. comeback ::
3. revival meeting ::
Different Formsrevival, revivalism, revivalist, revivalists, revivals
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