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On Thursday, Missy Elliott resurrected one of her most iconic hairdos—a sleek face-framing pixie cut—and it looks like it came straight from the ’90s.
If the Port resurrects a new version of the fee in the future, the car companies must receive a 30-day notice “and all parties reserve their right to challenge the fee,” Page wrote in an email.
That this shift coincided with the Great Recession helped resurrect the global economy.
OceanSky is far from the only company pouring money into resurrecting the airship.
Most economists agree that the gold standard is an outdated idea that should not be resurrected.
Hence it is impossible to resurrect two bodies out of the material common to both.
To resurrect these regions, to reconstruct these factories, raw materials are not now sufficient; we need means of transportation.
As for exhuming the files of the daily papers, one might as well try to resurrect Cheops.
It was impossible for one of her acquaintances to resurrect so much as a buckle without her instant and cordial recognition.
LADY CASSANDRAMRS GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
Black-green foliage, the curious old-green of trees that never wither and never resurrect.

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