- n bringing again into activity and prominence
the revival of trade
a revival of a neglected play by Moliere
the Gothic revival in architecture
- n an evangelistic meeting intended to reawaken interest in religion
- John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest, Patrick Wilson and Katie Holmes in a scene from All My Sons , a revival of Arthur Miller's play currently running at Broadway's Gerald Schoenfeld .
- A scene from the new Broadway revival of "West Side Story", opening on Thursday at the Palace Theater in New York.
- Historically, social reform often requires spiritual revival.
- Peter Lai in Los Angeles Times
I don't see any signs of revival in the economy this year, definitely not,said Peter Lai, investment manager at DBS Vickers in Hong Kong. "There are too many uncertainties, too much negative news. I don't think the worst is over."
- Pascal Lamy in New York Times
We see the light at the end of the tunnel, and trade promises to be an important part of the recovery,the organization's director-general, Pascal Lamy, said. "But we must avoid derailing any economic revival through protectionism."
- Tom Tancredo in CBS News
Congressman Tom Tancredo said he had heard so many conversions on the issues that "it's beginning to truly sound like a Baptist tent revival meeting here."