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Example Sentences for "revive"

The patient had a heart attack, and couldn't be revivedThe festival was originally canceled about five years ago, but has been revived this summer, and seems to be doing well.

The patient had a heart attack, and couldn't be revived.

The revival of peace talks has brought new hope for a settlement in the conflict, which has been going on in the region for over 8 months now.

The government of British Columbia has revived plans to look at the possibility of building a bridge between Vancouver Island and the mainland.

The governor has promised to cut taxes in an attempt to revive the ailing economy.

Appearing at the trial revived terrible memories of the attack in the mind of the victim.

The player was knocked unconscious and couldn't be revived for almost 20 minutes.

The government is hoping these tax cuts will help to revive the manufacturing industry in this area.

This latest win has revived the team's play-off hopes.

Attempts to revive talks with the union have failed, and a strike seems inevitable.

She fainted in the hot sun, and was revived after having a cold, wet cloth put on her forehead.

Sophocles once said that to revive sorrow is cruel.

Mike's willingness to see a marriage counselor revived Suzie's hopes that their marriage could be saved.

The current revival of disco music has brought many old stars back into the entertainment business.

Government efforts to revive economic growth in Japan in the late 1990s have met with little success.

From 1000 to 1100, there was a revival of economic life throughout most of western Europe.


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