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The source, said to be in favour of the strike, said the Israel-led assault would be 'transformative' and would end up 'saving Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, reanimating the peace process, securing the (Persian) Gulf, sending an unequivocal message to Russia and China, and assuring American ascendancy in the region for a decade to come.
Among the topics are the othered child in the Bible for children, toward the creation of feminist bible films, the depiction of the devil and the education of Chinese children in the Taiping Trimetrical Classic, God's destruction of humanity in the flood story for children, reanimating Judges 16 for children, and the otherness of children's bibles in historical perspective.
I am leaving because I am turning into a hostage to a person who, willingly or not, is reanimating Ahmed Dogan (leader of ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, editor's note)", Ivanov told Focus news agency on Saturday.
Death, rather than acting as an end point, becomes the point of origin for the narrative itself "so that the scenes of death become sites for reanimating the dead and recovering meaning" (199).
And, reanimating our forum questions concerning "the canon," all the writers discussed are familiar names.
Furthermore, in her narrative approach to curating and the unabashed carving out of a sacred space for art, Ionina has prised open the possibility of reanimating our engagement with the sacred spaces of art.