Prepositions after "revive"

"revive by" or "revive in"?

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In 27% of cases revive by is used

Because the Modern Olympics were revived by Frenchman Pierre de Coubertin.

But he was revived by the Sanjivini herb brought by Hanuman from the Himalayas.

Eugene O'Neill's Desire Under the Elms is revived by Sean Holmes at the Lyric Hammersmith.

However, if it can be shown that the failure to prosecute the application was unavoidable or unintentional, the application may be revived by the Commissioner.

An attack on the Rohirrim travelling to Helm's Deep by Orcs mounted on wargs results in Aragorn's near death; he is revived by a vision of Arwen in a dream sequence.

The dead element revives by exchanging genetic material with a functional counterpart, he and colleagues report in a separate paper to be published in the Plant Cell.

But the tradition was revived by London organisers in 1948 as they realised its power to rouse a postwar public unsure of the merits of hosting the Olympics in austere times.

We have made strides in terms of our commitment to serve our people, in terms of what was known as SERVICOM which is being revived by the administration of President Good luck Jonathan.

In 27% of cases revive in is used

Maritzburg have now won three of the five Challenge Cup matches played between the two schools since it was revived in 2008.

They were revived in the late nineteenth century, with goals of peace and fellowship modeled on those of the ancient Olympics.

John Mortimer and Edward Atienza's When That I Was has also been revived in 2008 and 2012 after only two performances in the late 1980s.

The song was revived in 1994 by Quentin Tarantino22 including it in the Pulp Fiction soundtrack, 23 which sold over three million copies.

The modern games, which until recently were held roughly every four years in different countries, were revived in 1896 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin of France.

In 7% of cases revive as is used

The economy is reviving as the ships return.

In the 1980s, the sport revived as a result of initiatives taken by a handful of pigeon fanciers.

In 7% of cases revive on is used

There's nine of them! he told his congregation by revelation knowledge, but probably got the idea from Dake's Annotated Reference Bible, where this ancient heresy was revived on page 55.

In 7% of cases revive with is used

The Allied and Associated Powers undertake among themselves not to revive with Germany any conventions or treaties which are not in accordance with the terms of the present Treaty.

In 5% of cases revive for is used

The world may have changed but I'd glad the Muppets have been revived for my kids ' generation.

If it's no, the message will be clear that he doesn't see how the Liberals can be revived for several years.

I'd sure more than one religious fanatic here would love to see the Inquisition revived for people who don't believe exactly as they do? Mike Another Idiot.

In 5% of cases revive from is used

And in less than 24 hours, it's already being revived from oblivion.

Brandon plays the part of rock musician Eric Draven, who is revived from the dead to avenge both his own and his Fiance's Murder.

In 3% of cases revive after is used

When Pincus dies unexpectedly, but is miraculously revived after seven minutes, he wakes up to discover that he now has the annoying ability to see ghosts.

In 2% of cases revive into is used

Maybe it revives into the fall and into the winter.

In 2% of cases revive to is used

Cheap insurance are affordable and also helps to avoid adversities to the insured's family and survive and finally revive to their earlier condition.

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