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1. The flowers soon revived in water.
2. He revived after a rest and some food.
3. The icy coldness of the water revived her.
4. She ended up doing commercials, which ironically revived her acting career.
5. My plants revived as soon as I gave them some water.
6. The miserable scene was revived in my mind.
7. The doctors revived her with injections of glucose.
8. Shakespeare's comedies have recently been revived on the stages.
9. The debate simply revived old hatreds.
10. The old popular songs have revived.
11. I revived a scene in my mind.
12. He revived the senseless child.
13. The roses revived after the rain.
14. The crops revived after the rain.
15. A glass of wine revived the tired traveller.
16. The win revived glorious memories of his championship-winning days.
17. This quaint custom should be revived.
18. Traditional skills are being revived by local craftsmen.
19. They revived him with cold water.
20. The fresh air soon revived him.
21. She fainted but the brandy soon revived her.
22. Classical music has revived recently.
23. Some old Beijing operas revived on the stages.
24. With a glazed stare she revived for one last instant.
25. This 1930s musical is being revived at the National Theatre.
26. Our failing hopes/spirits revived.
27. There is no doubt that grades have improved and interest in education has revived.
28. New love is brightest,[Sentencedict] and long love is greatest; but revived love is the tenderest thing known upon earth.
29. Julia was given the kiss of life but she could not be revived.
30. The air was fresh and for a moment she felt revived.
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