- v give new life or energy to
- s given fresh life or vigor or spirit
- Rather than merely preserving Disney as a dusty institution, though, Eisner and company have reanimated its fantasy factory with their own ideas.
- These works, along with the Jerilderie Letter, were the inspiration for his Booker Prize-winning novel, True History of the Kelly Gang (2000), which audaciously reanimated the .
- Thereafter The Mummy is a thoroughly unreasonable hocus-pocus in which it develops that the reanimated mummy is enamored of the archeologist's fiancee (Zita Johann) who, in a .
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In the final moments of the show’s most recent season, “True Blood” saw vampire Bill Compton, played by Stephen Moyer, drink the blood of the vampire god Lilith, immediately begin to disintegrate, then suddenly explode into a massive pool of blood. Seconds later, he rose reanimated from that pool...
June 16, 2013 - New York Post
- Tilda Swinton in Press and Journal
Ms Swinton said: "Last summer, our Cinema of Dreams reanimated the Ballerina Ballroom, a long-treasured but dormant pleasure-dome in the heart of Nairn, with the light of eight-and-a-half days of cinematic journeying. This year, we make our...
- Jon Stewart in News Hounds (blog)
Stewart replied, "I'd like him tried, honestly, in the pit . . . and . . . executed at half-time of the Super Bowl and then reanimated so we can do it every year."