The act of reviving, or the state of being revived. (noun) पुनर्जीवित होने की क्रिया या भाव।
Examples of word revival
The Guardian, UK, reported on July 8th thatyour administration endorsed a revival of America's nuclear industryWednesdayin an effort to build forward momentum for climate change legislation before the Senate~ "The endorsement of a nuclear revival~ a generation after the last reactor was commissioned ~ suggests the Obama administration is open to further compromises as it seeks to find a path through the Senate.
Tara chand was speaking on the occasion of International economic summit held on sdaturday in New Delhi where some prominent displaced Kashmiri Pandit CEOs and top policy makers of J&K state got together to draw the road map for what they described as revival of economy in the strife torn J&K state.
I think the word "revival" is wrong, but that's just because this music never died.
* For the 8pm shows on Thursday and Friday, mention the code word 'revival' at the box office/online/to the agent at TheaterMania for a discounted $14 ticket*
The best example of the attempted revival is not any of the modern adventure games, which tend to overly weigh down the product with illogical puzzles, but Quantic's Fahrenheit (Indigo Prophecy in the states), which is little more than an interactive movie in which you press colors to advance the story.
In a recent blog post, Black Static's Peter Tennant argues that much of Horror's recent revival is down to the efforts of female writers.
Fifteen years later and not far from Brownsville, another revival is going strong.
But this sort of moral revival is what the country actually needs.
Spin revival, and in case could I candidate myself as Spinboy, the new sidekick??
Second, the dollar is in a "long-term revival" owed to America's diverse and flexible economy, says Mr. Hyzy.