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  • Their mission is given to them once they resurrect him from his grave.
  • The village has been destroyed and resurrected many times in its history.
  • It took four months to resurrect the old data and get it in working order.
  • They also resurrect the original full crew killed in the first episode.
  • So even if my son died, I want him again to resurrect as my son.
  • In this view, any dead who are resurrected must eventually die again.
  • He also has the ability to resurrect the dead with a single touch.
  • After four years, the director was asked again to resurrect the show, and he agreed.
  • There have been some plans since to at least resurrect a much smaller lake in the area.
  • She had been in the area but will now be resurrected thousands of miles from him.
  • He wanted it over and done with so he could try to start again, to resurrect his television career.
  • As a result, the project was put on hold, and has not been resurrected since.
  • When he was granted a second series, he was forced to resurrect them all in the first episode.
  • They each die in the battle, but are resurrected to battle again.
  • Despite exposure, she was unable to resurrect her career because of health issues.
  • He returned in the mid 1960s and tried resurrecting his singing career.
  • He has the ability to resurrect the dead, but only when he is powered up.
  • Her appearance on this peak-time talk show was a major success, and her career in television was resurrected.
  • He resurrects her with the last of his life force and dies for the final time.
  • He was also reported to have resurrected over one hundred dead children, including several who had drowned together.
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Meaning of resurrect

  • verb Cause to become alive again
    raise from the dead, Slavery is already dead, and cannot be resurrected, Upraising ghosts
  • verb Return from the dead
    Christ is risen!, The dead are to uprise