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Meanings and phrases
- bringing again into activity and prominence; resurgence; revitalization; revitalisation; revivification
- an evangelistic meeting intended to reawaken interest in religion; revival meeting
- an evangelistic meeting intended to reawaken interest in religion; revival
- Hargis addressed audiences with his revival style.
- It was built in 1823 in the Greek revival style.
- The cathedral was built in a French Gothic revival style.
- This led to a revival of interest in Henry's compositions.
- The 1960s and 1970s saw an international revival of interest in Vertov.
- Their approval is believed to have sparked a revival of interest in these forms.
- Fans, folk revival enthusiasts, and the curious will enjoy this one."
- A prominent example of the former is the British folk revival of approximately 1890–1920.
- This process and period is called the (second) folk revival and reached a zenith in the 1960s.
- The publication of this book is often considered to be the point at which the revival movement started.
- In the late 1990s, their contributions to the swing revival movement propelled them to national stardom.
- Galicia has a Celtic language revival movement to revive the Q-Celtic "Gallaic language" used into Roman times.
- The original anthology jump-started the folk music revival of the 1950s.
- It some respects its development and role is similar to the second folk music revival.
- These records made Almeda Riddle widely known to devotees of the American folk music revival.
- The Senussi movement was a religious revival adapted to desert life.
- It has been described as "the greatest religious revival Brisbane has seen".
- The chapel was the starting point site of R. B. Jones's campaign in the village during the religious revival in 1904-05.