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As he seeks to relaunch his premiership and revive the economy, Johnson aims to use his plan for a “green industrial revolution” to deliver on his pledge to invest in former industrial heartlands that voted for him at last year’s election.
Additionally, at Descarada Tradición, Sofía Campos and Luis Chaves are reviving the tradition of the gallo with housemade tortillas, while at MadFish, Tere Moreno is helping raise the profile of the artisan fishing community of Puntarenas.
In fact, some GOP leaders credit him and his movement for reviving the party and bolstering its standing in the House this time around.
Maybe, as with the many attempts to revive 3-D television, people aren’t yet ready for widespread total immersion.
Divided government is likely to mean a less generous package, but some investors say it could be enough to revive the slowing recovery.
The Google lawsuit has also revived fresh speculation that Apple might launch its own search engine to compete with Google.
To his knowledge, the time taken for them to revive has taken up to 1,000 days.
That strategy is the brainchild of KDP’s CEO, Bob Gamgort, an industry lifer who revived two struggling franchises, Pinnacle Foods and Keurig Green Mountain, but whose ultimate dream was building what he bills as “the first modern beverage company.”
The new arrivals include the HomePod mini smart speaker, revived “MagSafe” brand name for a new line of magnetic chargers, and other accessories.
MagSafe revives a beloved brand Apple originally used for magnetic chargers for its MacBook laptops.

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