(1) I suppose I aim to revivify imagination in my own way.(2) Enveloped in duende, the nihilism of Levis's poetry negated beliefs and consolations, but it did so to revivify our humanity and refresh the abilities of poetry.(3) The fluent prose poems of Donna Stonecipher's The Reservoir also try to revivify autobiography: Stonecipher, however, enjoys explaining and elaborating almost as much as Greenfield enjoys leaving bits out.(4) But basically, I want the American literary genius to reshape and revivify the American political genius.(5) Yet the advent of a swimming mishap, a recession, a war, a tsunami or a bout of pancreatitis can sometimes be the stuff of which revivifications are made.(6) As social experiments go - revivifying a materially and psychologically broken nation - there is every reason to be optimistic about this one.(7) The drink of Beam had revivified the old man, and he might be discussing the future of the motel with her.(8) The government's move to create districts exclusively for women contending for parliamentary seats has revivified rows in the political arena.(9) And, as with Thomas Nozkowski's deft, eccentric revivifications of modernist composition, Root's paintings are, in regard to their progenitors, simultaneously affectionate and irreverent.(10) The great inland waterways that inter-connect this region could also be revivified in conjunction with Bangladesh for inter-modal transport.(11) ├ö├ç├┐It's my impression that the language of music has always been revivified and expanded by the theatre,├ö├ç├û he says.(12) Between them stood Yatpan, revivified and full of vigour, with all his strength.(13) When, after numerous attempts, he finally attained a cathedral post, at Ely in 1953, he was thus able to bring hands-on experience to revivifying a less than vital musical foundation.(14) Dr Allawi cannot and does not claim credit for the democratic revivification of his country.(15) Leopold is an eminent plant physiologist who discovered the essential metabolic process that allows seemingly inanimate seeds to quicken and spring to life with revivifying moisture.(16) By questioning established authority, founding new colleges, and revivifying evangelical zeal, it helped to prepare the revolutionary generation in America.