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(1) There are encouraging signs of an artistic revival.
(2) The period saw a great revival in the wine trade.
(3) This return to realism has produced a revival of interest in a number of artists.
(4) We're staging a revival of a 1950s play.
(5) A revival of the timber industry is needed.
(6) Neeson was excellent in a revival of Eugene O'Neill's 'Anna Christie'.
(7) The exhibition has stimulated a revival of interest in the Impressionists.
(8) An economic/artistic revival is sweeping the country.
(9) The economy has staged something of a revival in the last year.
(10) The signs of an economic revival are only just beginning.
(11) There has been a revival of interest in Picasso's work.
(12) Cinema in Britain is undergoing a revival of popularity.
(13) Recently, there has been some revival of ancient music.
(14) Traditional English food seems to be enjoying a revival at the moment.
(15) He toured South Africa organizing revival meetings.
(16) Our economy is undergoing a revival.
(17) The revival of the railway service will be immensely beneficial for the speedy movement of passengers and cargo.
(18) His work is enjoying a revival in popularity.
(19) A 1970s fashion revival is sweeping Europe.
(20) The revival was a sold-out success, leaving viewers amazed, he says.
(21) In the 1890s there was a revival of interest in the sect, and several members of the Salvation Army joined Prince.
(22) At this rate the revival of the slalom is going to be a short one.
(23) The US and the UK have expectations of economic revival.
(24) In 1975 he portrayed the king in a Los Angeles revival of "Camelot".
(25) The late 19th century was a time of religious revival.
(26) St Peter's Church is a striking example of mission revival architecture.
(27) He claimed the housing market was showing signs of a revival.
(28) All this is far superior to the dressy emptiness of the last star-studded Haymarket revival. Sentencedict.com
(29) The ideology of inclusion is withering away, to be replaced by a revival of survival-of-the-fittest capitalism.
(30) Built in 1923, it is a special example of mission revival architecture.
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