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Classic neutrals allow us to create timeless interior design schemes - but if you combine with a bolder colour such as blue the different shades and textures it adds will invigorate your room.
National parks and local trails and greenways can provide a peaceful environment to invigorate the soul and restore the body.
While the introduction of the AOLTV box will invigorate that sector, sales of Internet terminals are expected to surpass those of TV-based LAs in 2001," says Brian O'Rourke, Senior analyst with In-Stat's Multimedia Service.
When Rouen city council decided to construct a tramway linking the city's main railway station with the outlying suburbs, the Sotteville municipality seized the chance to invigorate its moribund main square with a development competition for a new transport interchange.
It will likely take time to see a consistent positive impact from this plan to invigorate Kraft's sustainable growth rate.
Zesty greens such as lime also have connotations with vitality and will invigorate the room even further when teamed with these colours.
Currently, Linda - a member of BP's "Team Invigorate" - is speaking on behalf of BP gasoline with Invigorate , a high quality fuel that helps cars run "younger for longer.
The imagery produced will sicken, amuse, and invigorate the reader, leaving mental tattoos that will never fade.
These substances include phospholipids involved in cell-membrane functions, choline compounds thought to invigorate memory-related brain chemicals, and vitamins E and C, which may neutralize brain damage that occurs as people age.
Two blocks from the ocean, the new Liberty Avenue site will be part of a cultural district destined to invigorate a still-dowdy neighborhood located beyond the art deco splendors of the heart of South Beach.
Through bold handling of scale, light and colour, Denton Corker Marshall invigorate the daunting volume of Australia's largest exhibition centre.
BOSTON -- The European Commission's (EC) eSafety initiative will invigorate the European eCall market, despite a 12 month delay in project roll out, according to technology and consulting firm Strategy Analytics.