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We now come to a very important event—the resuscitation of the study of Greek in Italy.
Langhetti, however, found that one of them was only in a 'trance state,' and his efforts for resuscitation were successful.
CORD AND CREESEJAMES DE MILLE
I wish merely to emphasize the fact that it was complete in itself, and therefore as impossible of resuscitation as the dead.
BLACK OXENGERTRUDE FRANKLIN HORN ATHERTON
In 1429 the French monarchy seemed doomed beyond hope of resuscitation.
All this resuscitation of obstruction necessitated, on Mr. Gladstone's part, an extreme step.
As a resuscitation of history, it has the accuracy without the pedantry of the works of German and other moderns.
As already said, the soul of man holds within itself a power of resuscitation.
THE CLIFF CLIMBERSCAPTAIN MAYNE REID
Or he will apply himself devoutly to the study of the past and the resuscitation of some old master.
MUSICIANS OF TO-DAYROMAIN ROLLAND
In 1891 he announced that his body had been renewed, and that he had discovered the secret of the resuscitation of humanity.
It is a record of prime importance in Philippine history, and the resuscitation of it was no small service to the country.

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