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The reinvigorated brand is fresh and modern, and supports the mission that really drives HUB putting our customers at the center of everything we do, said Angela Williams, HUBs Chief Marketing Officer.
With an enhanced Accord range and reinvigorated Honda S2000 also due to be unveiled at the show, Honda is expected to deliver a stunning display.
What exactly do we mean by "reinvigorated": The program, responsible for the myriad U.S.
The perennially reinvigorated Gonz is pursuing Set Straight, the new Krooked video, with a vengeance.
Reinvigorated by a mid-winter break, this thorough stayer can go well fresh and will be suited by the forecast quick ground.
In the second article, Eric Margolis, foreign correspondent of the Toronto Sun (October 19), tells how the Pope reinvigorated the Catholic Church, parts of which had become indifferent to or even rebellious against the papal authority.
Unlike earlier polemic characterizations of Pinchot as a stubborn zealot advocating a narrow form of economic forestry, Miller portrays a dynamic leader who, in the words of his wife, Cornelia, not long after his death in 1946, "insisted that conservation must be reinvigorated, revived.
Or that, having got bored with finishing second to Manchester United, he suddenly feels reinvigorated by the thought of finishing second to Liverpool?
Not surprisingly, that step has reinvigorated a debate in Congress over whether or not to ban all or some types of human cloning.
Arafat and Blair emerged from 90 minutes of talks to declare their desire for a reinvigorated Middle East peace process.
A MUCH LOVED PART OF THE NEW YORK SKYLINE, THE GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE HAS BEEN REINVIGORATED BY AN INNOVATIVE LIGHTING SCHEME THAT DRAMATICALLY ILLUMINATES ITS EXPOSED STEEL STRUCTURE.
Even as the Reagan-Bush administration promised to minimize the scope and size of the federal government, it waged a gratuitous, invasive, multi-front campaign against pleasure-seeking: It reinvigorated the War on Drugs, pushing through grotesquely draconian laws that have helped create a national drug-gulag system the envy of every two-bit dictatorship.