Society is able to revivify the sentiment it has of itself only by assembling.
Madame Rachel can only galvanize the corpse, not revivify it.
He was also aware that the Pope, incensed at his recent losses in money and lands, was seeking to revivify the First Coalition.
Madame Rachel can only galvanise the corpse, not revivify it.
He who was powerful enough to turn dust into man from the beginning, certainly is powerful enough to revivify that dust.
He had to revivify the dead corpse, and put a fresh life into the stiff and motionless limbs.
He did not care very much for an antiquity which he could not revivify for his own vision.
Prof. Church has in this story sought to revivify that most interesting period, the last days of the Roman Republic.
In the twelfth century the old system of wer and bt is already vanishing, though an antiquarian lawyer may yet try to revivify it.
It is a food too strong for ordinary men, and which, when it does not revivify, smothers.