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NEW YORK -- Manufacturers' responses to the diversity of hair types and styles and the growing demand for therapeutic products are helping to revivify the hair care business.
Morris became a producer at the NT before leaving in 2009 to revivify and run regional house Bristol Old Vic.
He praised the talent of the participants and highlighted the need of organizing such events to revivify patriotism amongst youth.
What ElBaradei can bring to Egypt goes beyond becoming a force in the country's frequently dodgy elections -- he would need to revivify the political process in the country.
Rattle was brought in to revivify the venerable Berlin Philharmonic, and on the evidence seems to have done just that; this repertoire is right up the orchestra's traditional alley, but Rattle brings a special playfulness and vigor to the proceedings.
It will not end the debate but it will revivify it.
In a nutshell: Roberto Alagna and Angela Gheorghiu revivify Herbert Ross' familiar production, revealing the value of star power and Puccini's enduring pull.
Dialogue between religion and ecology can revivify rituals and symbols in light of the current environmental crisis.
Or in league with Berry, what about the work of fellow Californian Matt Fox and the Creation spirituality movement whose whole point was to revivify Christianity through a rethinking of creation and God's gifts rather than his suffering?
Nor can modern computer manipulation revivify such psychological nuance from the statistical by-products of nineteenth-century bureaucratic routine.