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Pakistan's Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani called on Turkish President Abdullah Gul here on Tuesday and discussed ways to reinvigorate and deepen the bilateral ties by widening cooperation in all spheres.
Valerie Kubala, Wall's Pastry Senior Brand Manager, says: "There is a huge opportunity for Wall's to use its meat, quality and value credentials to reinvigorate the pastry sector with this new range.
With its narrative drive and grand social ambition, the work approaches the territory of William Kentridge and Robert Colescott, confirmed craftsmen who also successfully reinvigorate politics and power as subjects for art.
I think the most important thing is to make sure we reinvigorate the peace process because there is misery for Palestinians, there is misery for Israelis," said Mr Blair
Bill Gates, who founded Microsoft at age 19, has been on a campaign tour recently, trying to reinvigorate his base, as they say in politics.
Seven years ago, Texas Christian University launched an extensive integrated marketing campaign to reinvigorate funding and support for the school's athletic programs.
Nevertheless, despite the difficulties involved, the current emphasis on evidence based policy making is an important one which may reinvigorate previous efforts to transcend ideology, personal preference and tradition in formulating and implementing policies designed to enhance human welfare.
Koizumi said he would like to promote FDJ in Japan more actively as it would reinvigorate the economy.
Two government panels agreed at a meeting Thursday to push through programs to reinvigorate economic growth through science and technology development, government officials said.
Scientists have calculated that the wobble would die out within 68 years if there weren't a constant source of energy to reinvigorate it.
The conference explored how to reinvigorate growth, competitiveness and investment in the EU member states where the EBRD invests.