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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.
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.
Charley's son took over his father's mantle as a coach and writer and proceeded to reinvigorate the Lau system.
Scientists have calculated that the wobble would die out within 68 years if there weren't a constant source of energy to reinvigorate it.
a global provider of virtualized managed hosting, today announced the sale of Reinvigorate, a real time web analytic service, to Webtrends, the global leader in unified mobile, social and web analytics and engagement.
Plans to reinvigorate the urban realm, from wholescale redevelopment to follies.
We were honored when Marc Randolph, son of the late Muriel Randolph, approached us to discuss acquiring his mother's company, acknowledging our ability to not only maintain, but to grow and reinvigorate the Randolph tradition of excellence," said Randall J.
By taking Documenta 11 on the road, the curators will definitively abandon the exhibition's original mandate: to reinvigorate culture in postwar Germany.
McVay even manages to reinvigorate a mom line we knew so well: "What did I do wrong?
So let us take Mr Blair's good intention to reinvigorate our body politic and examine it further.