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Reluctant warrior, I hung back to watch those crumpled forms reanimate,
London, Jan 30 ( ANI ): While the nation mourned the death of George Washington, a mad scientist planned to reanimate the first president with lamb's blood after he died.
Yet the effect has been to revitalise and reanimate the public realm.
explores the curious history of pet cloning, from its roots in a 1928 experiment in which a German biologist replicated a salamander, to the present, when scientists are only too willing to help doting dog-owners reanimate their canine companions.
Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Minister, Ali Shami, received on Tuesday Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) representative, Ambassador Abdallah Abdallah who informed him of latest developments regarding Palestine cause, and negotiations which rose after the Israeli government stood as a stumbling block in the way of international efforts, among which the American endeavors to reanimate the negotiations process.
According to media reports, efforts to try and reanimate him lasted for 40 minutes.
But in case they've been getting impatient in the two years since the groundbreaking, Friends of the High Line recently published a comprehensive collection of design plans to reanimate interest.
Nevertheless anything which does help reanimate the housing market must be, one might suppose, a good thing.
What the Palestinian economy really needs is private investment to reanimate commerce and revive trade with the world.
Falwell keeps threatening to reanimate the Moral Majority," quipped Lynn.
Victor knows that all of them would condemn his unhallowed endeavor to reanimate dead human tissue, so he sutures in the shadows, keeping his horrible handiwork a dark, Byronic secret.