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The act or an instance of recurring; reoccurrence, return, repetition, etc.
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  1. The act or an instance of recurring; reoccurrence, return, repetition, etc.
The act of resuming
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  1. The act of resuming
  2. (Chiefly Australia) eminent domain
  3. The act or an instance of resuming; a beginning again:
The state of having risen from the dead
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  1. The state of having risen from the dead
  2. The act of bringing back to practice, notice, use, or vibrancy; revival:
  3. The condition of having been restored to life.
The act of recommencing; a second or subsequent commencement.
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The process of rehabilitating something.
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  1. The process of rehabilitating something.
  2. A restoration of reputation and character, the term has many context-sensitive meanings. In penology, it is the process of improving the inmate’s character so he will become a productive member of society. At a trial, it is the restoration of a witness’s credibility after it has been impeached under cross examination. In the context of bankruptcy, it is restoring a corporation’s solvency by satisfying the creditors’ claims with future earnings, so that the corporation may continue to do business. See also mitigating circumstance. A restoration of reputation and character, the term has many context-sensitive meanings. In penology, it is the process of improving the inmate’s character so he will become a productive member of society. At a trial, it is the restoration of a witness’s credibility after it has been impeached under cross examination. In the context of bankruptcy, it is restoring a corporation’s solvency by satisfying the creditors’ claims with future earnings, so that the corporation may continue to do business. See also mitigating circumstance.
A second or later issue, as of a book or recording
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  1. A second or later issue, as of a book or recording
  2. A second or subsequent printing of postage stamps from old plates.
  3. A second or subsequent issue, as of a book.
Reincarnation; new birth subsequent to one's first.
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  1. Reincarnation; new birth subsequent to one's first.
  2. A reawakening; renaissance; revival
  3. Revival, reinvigoration.
An act, or the process, of renovating.
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  1. An act, or the process, of renovating.
The process of renewal and rebuilding accompanying the influx of middle class or affluent people into deteriorating areas that often displaces earlier usually poorer residents.
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  1. The process of renewal and rebuilding accompanying the influx of middle class or affluent people into deteriorating areas that often displaces earlier usually poorer residents.
A new or return presentation of a play, film, etc. some time after it has first been presented
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  1. A new or return presentation of a play, film, etc. some time after it has first been presented
  2. Restoration to vigor or activity
  3. A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor after a period of obscurity or quiescence:
A return (e.g. to popularity, success, etc.).
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  1. A return (e.g. to popularity, success, etc.).
  2. A return to formerly enjoyed status or prosperity:
  3. A return to a previous state or position, as of success
The act by which something is redoubled.
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  1. The act by which something is redoubled.
The act by which something is recharged.
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  1. The act by which something is recharged.
(--- Electronics) The act or process of regenerating signals
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  1. (--- Electronics) The act or process of regenerating signals
  2. Spiritual or moral revival or rebirth.
  3. The act or process of regenerating or the state of being regenerated, especially:
A restoring or being restored
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  1. A restoring or being restored
  2. Reinstatement in a former position, rank, etc.
  3. A representation or reconstruction of the original form or structure, as of a building, fossil animal, etc.
(Uncountable) The condition of being reestablished; restoration
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  1. (Uncountable) The condition of being reestablished; restoration
  2. (Countable) A second or subsequent establishment
The return, or reappearance, of characteristics present in early ancestral generations but not in those that have intervened
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  1. The return, or reappearance, of characteristics present in early ancestral generations but not in those that have intervened
  2. A future interest in land created by operation of law by a conveyance of property for a specified period of time without transfer of title to said land. Upon expiration of the period of the lease, the land reverts to the lease grantor or his or her heirs. Additionally, reversion may refer to the part of an estate that the grantor retains upon conveyance of the rest of it. See also remainder and reservation. A future interest in land created by operation of law by a conveyance of property for a specified period of time without transfer of title to said land. Upon expiration of the period of the lease, the land reverts to the lease grantor or his or her heirs. Additionally, reversion may refer to the part of an estate that the grantor retains upon conveyance of the rest of it. See also remainder and reservation.
  3. The return of an estate to the grantor or the grantor's heirs by operation of law after the period of a grant is over
The process of rendering young again.
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  1. The process of rendering young again.
  2. The process of producing beneficial changes.
The act of reforming or the state of being reformed.
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  1. The act of reforming or the state of being reformed.
  2. A 16th-century movement in Western Europe that aimed at reforming some doctrines and practices of the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the establishment of the Protestant churches.
  3. A rewriting of a deed or contract that does not express what was actually agreed upon, only when it can be demonstrated in a clear and convincing manner that a mutual mistake was made. There will be no rewriting if the mistake was made by one party only, unless it was caused by the other party’s fraud. Reformation is considered to be an equitable remedy. A rewriting of a deed or contract that does not express what was actually agreed upon, only when it can be demonstrated in a clear and convincing manner that a mutual mistake was made. There will be no rewriting if the mistake was made by one party only, unless it was caused by the other party’s fraud. Reformation is considered to be an equitable remedy.
(Chemistry) A rearrangement reaction.
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  1. (Chemistry) A rearrangement reaction.
  2. (Chem.) A redistribution of atoms or atomic groups within a molecule, forming the molecule of a different substance
  3. The process of rearranging.
A new supply of something
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The act or process of revising.
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  1. The act or process of revising.
  2. Act, process, or work of revising
  3. The result of this; revised form or version, as of a book, manuscript, etc.
A renovation or redesign of the exterior of something, as a building
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  1. A renovation or redesign of the exterior of something, as a building
  2. Plastic surgery to remove facial wrinkles, sagging skin, fat deposits, or other visible signs of aging for cosmetic purposes.
  3. A restyling or modernization, as of a building.
The process of rendering young again.
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  1. The process of rendering young again.
  2. The process of producing beneficial changes.
An act, or the process, of renovating.
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  1. An act, or the process, of renovating.
A representation or reconstruction of the original form or structure, as of a building, fossil animal, etc.
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  1. A representation or reconstruction of the original form or structure, as of a building, fossil animal, etc.
  2. An instance of restoring or of being restored:
  3. A restoring or being restored
The state of continuing in the same condition, capacity, or place:
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  1. The state of continuing in the same condition, capacity, or place:
  2. A taking up or beginning again after an interruption; resumption
  3. An extension by which something is carried to a further point:
The act of resuming
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  1. The act of resuming
  2. (Chiefly Australia) eminent domain
  3. The act or an instance of resuming; a beginning again:
An instance of something resurging; a renewal of vigor or vitality.
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  1. An instance of something resurging; a renewal of vigor or vitality.
  2. A continuing after interruption; a renewal.
  3. A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor; a revival.
A reviving or being revived
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  1. A reviving or being revived
  2. A meeting or series of meetings for the purpose of reawakening religious faith, often characterized by impassioned preaching and public testimony.
  3. A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor after a period of obscurity or quiescence:
The activation of something previously inactive or inactivated.
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Spiritual renewal.
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  1. Spiritual renewal.
  2. Revival, reinvigoration.
  3. A reawakening; renaissance; revival
Any revival of art, literature, or learning similar to the Renaissance
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  1. Any revival of art, literature, or learning similar to the Renaissance
  2. A rebirth or revival.
  3. A revival of intellectual or artistic achievement and vigor:
A new birth or life; a rebirth.
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  1. A new birth or life; a rebirth.
  2. (US) Alternative spelling of Renaissance.
  3. A cultural revival; a renaissance.
An instance of something resurging; a renewal of vigor or vitality.
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  1. An instance of something resurging; a renewal of vigor or vitality.
  2. A continuing after interruption; a renewal.
  3. A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor; a revival.
The state of having risen from the dead
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  1. The state of having risen from the dead
  2. The act of bringing back to practice, notice, use, or vibrancy; revival:
  3. The condition of having been restored to life.
A returning to life or consciousness
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  1. A returning to life or consciousness
  2. A meeting or series of meetings for the purpose of reawakening religious faith, often characterized by impassioned preaching and public testimony.
  3. A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor after a period of obscurity or quiescence:
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