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She’s now working to revive the entire institution of Native Southern Californian tattooing — not just the markings, but the method of hand-tapping them onto skin and the mix of beliefs and traditions within which they were given.

Their bill proposed reviving regulators’ previously stripped authority to analyze Dominion’s books and order rate reductions or refunds.

Inside the Utility Company Lobbying Blitz That Will Hike Electric Billsby Patrick Wilson, Richmond Times-DispatchOctober 9, 2020ProPublica

However, outbreaks like the eight cases on the Tennessee Titans just a few weeks into the season are reviving concerns.

Some are reviving virtual activities employed in the spring for the fall like offering storytime Zooms or nannies to Zoom with children while employees are in meetings.

The new CEO, Johnson, is trying to revive the business through partnerships.

The U-T took a closer look at San Diego’s effort to revive a sales tax measure and the District 2 Board of Supervisors seat in East County.

Angel McCoughtry, a 34-year-old five-time All-Star who signed with the Aces in free agency after missing the 2018 playoffs and entire 2019 season with a knee injury, has revived her career as a devastating grab-and-go slasher in transition.

Morono and D’Hondt were leaders of a team of researchers who announced two weeks ago that they had revived bacteria trapped in a 100-million-year-long slumber far beneath the seafloor.

To revive growth, the RBI has cut the repo rate by 115 basis points to 4% since March.

Textile companies in India are relying on fretful consumers to revive their hobbled businesses.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.