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She asked candidly, "Were you always so damned hateful or did the revivification process do this to you?"
THE STARS, MY BROTHERSEDMOND HAMILTON
They are a half-pathetic, half-humorous, but entirely tender revivification of the "days that are no more."
GEORGE ELIOTMATHILDE BLIND
Their princes and statesmen all directed their whole energies to the revivification and consolidation of the Imperial authority.
A FANTASY OF FAR JAPANBARON KENCHO SUYEMATSU
The news of her revivification spread abroad rapidly, for such a thing could not be concealed; and many people came to see her.
JOHN GAYTHER'S GARDEN AND THE STORIES TOLD THEREINFRANK R. STOCKTON
This revivification of metals by electricity completes the proof of the electric matter being, or containing phlogiston.
EXPERIMENTS AND OBSERVATIONS ON DIFFERENT KINDS OF AIRJOSEPH PRIESTLEY
And this revivification may take place after months, or even years, of arrested life.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 3, SLICE 7VARIOUS
There is, first of all, the laughter of revivification and escape from death or danger.
MORE SCIENCE FROM AN EASY CHAIRSIR E. RAY (EDWIN RAY) LANKESTER
The old people were supposed to laugh with joy at the revivification which was in store for them in a future state.
MORE SCIENCE FROM AN EASY CHAIRSIR E. RAY (EDWIN RAY) LANKESTER
The Rotifer vulgaris will even bear revivification several times.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, VOL. V, NO. XXV, JUNE, 1852VARIOUS
If the battery is worked harder, it will require more frequent revivification.
NEURALGIA AND THE DISEASES THAT RESEMBLE ITFRANCIS E. ANSTIE

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