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1) The paramedics couldn't revive her.
2) Attempts to revive him failed.
3) A dead man will never revive.
4) The flowers will revive in water.
5) This movie is intended to revive her flagging career.
6) Here is a dish that will revive jaded palates.
7) The economy is beginning to revive.
8) They made frantic attempts to revive him.
9) Their efforts to revive him were futile.
10) Local people have decided to revive this centuries-old tradition.
11) He is seeking advice on how to revive the stagnant economy.
12) They managed to revive the injured driver with cardiac massage.
13) They recognized that the country would revive only if it thoroughly disengaged from the chaos of the old regime.
14) The government devalued the currency to try to revive the flagging economy.
15) Reforms were made to revive the economy.
16) We tried to revive her sagging spirits.
17) Economists argued that freer markets would quickly revive the region's economy.
18) He presents himself as the man to revive the party's flagging fortunes .
19) A dash of water in his face will revive him.
20) The spin doctors are trying to revive the party's fading image.
21) She has been trying to revive the debate over equal pay.
22) So how does a government revive an economy that is dead in the water?
23) All attempts to revive the fishing industry were foredoomed to failure.
24) Attempts to revive her failed and she was dead on arrival at hospital.
25) A London theatre has decided to revive the 1950s musical 'In Town'.
26) She and a neighbour tried in vain to revive him.
27) He has set himself a titanic task:to revive the country's economy.
28) The party still hopes to revive its flagging electoral fortunes.
29) The company has brought in some new blood in an effort to revive its fortunes.
30) A hot shower and a cup of tea will revive you.
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