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Groups advocating for more antitrust enforcement, meanwhile, argued it would reinvigorate consolidated markets and foster innovation.
HOUSE PANEL PROPOSES LARGEST ANTITRUST REFORMS IN DECADES TO REIN IN BIG TECHKDUNN6OCTOBER 7, 2020FORTUNE
That perception lasted until Mississippi State suffered a 6-7 season and went looking for an offensive-minded coach to reinvigorate the program.
IS THE SEC READY FOR THE AIR RAID? MIKE LEACH SURE THINKS SO.JAKE LOURIMSEPTEMBER 30, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
We owe it to our home and our planet where we reside to be reinvigorated.
ERIN BROCKOVICH HAS GIVEN UP ON THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SAVING THE ENVIRONMENTNICOLE GOODKINDSEPTEMBER 25, 2020FORTUNE
Facebook hopes that playing to its original strengths by creating a virtual community during an unprecedented back-to-school season will help reinvigorate its reputation as a fresh, hip, conscious brand.
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Foxx has followed through on many of her promises, such as reinvigorating her office’s conviction integrity unit and creating a data portal that allows the public to track every case the office handles.
AS TRUMP CALLS FOR LAW AND ORDER, CAN CHICAGO’S TOP PROSECUTOR BEAT THE CHARGE THAT SHE’S SOFT ON CRIME?BY MICK DUMKESEPTEMBER 4, 2020PROPUBLICA
Wine may call back the vital powers in disease, but cannot reinvigorate old age.
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The last century closing, opened another Age, and we of to-day renovate and reinvigorate ourselves the best we may.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 57, NO. 353, MARCH 1845VARIOUS
To such work Benson at once devoted himself; and did more perhaps than any other man to reinvigorate cathedral life in England.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 3, SLICE 5VARIOUS
If our free enterprise economy is to be strong and healthy, we must reinvigorate the forces of competition.
STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESSES OF HARRY S. TRUMANHARRY S. TRUMAN

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