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I experienced a sudden rush of blood to my temples—a giddy and overpowering sense of deliverance and reanimation.
THE WORKS OF EDGAR ALLAN POEEDGAR ALLAN POE
I lay till my heart stopped beating, my joints were wooden, and my four limbs corky beyond all hope of reanimation.
SUMMER CRUISING IN THE SOUTH SEASCHARLES WARREN STODDARD
At last, after many intervals of lassitude and reanimation, I broke down altogether.
THE CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. 4, NO. 2, AUGUST, 1863VARIOUS
It is even possible that the first idea of statuary had its origin in this conception of a magical reanimation.
INDO-CHINA AND ITS PRIMITIVE PEOPLEHENRY BAUDESSON
Upon our return, long after the sun's rays had grown strong, we observed some of the butterflies showed signs of reanimation.
THE BIRTH-TIME OF THE WORLD AND OTHER SCIENTIFIC ESSAYSJ. (JOHN) JOLY
According to all of the Evangelists it was merely a reanimation of his undecayed body.
THE CHRISTJOHN ELEAZER REMSBURG
Upon which he answered that he did not understand the art of reanimation.
ORIGIN MYTHS AMONG THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLES OF THE PHILIPPINESH. OTLEY BEYER
But the evidences of popular reanimation in the South were delusive.
THE LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVISFRANK H. ALFRIEND
The fort, showing signs of reanimation, was treated to another bombardment, which effectually settled it.
A GUNNER ABOARD THE "YANKEE"RUSSELL DOUBLEDAY
The water produced an almost instantaneous reanimation, and the young man opened his eyes, but soon closed them again.
WOOD RANGERSMAYNE REID

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