re-arouse

re-arouse

vb (tr)
literary to arouse (someone or something) again
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In conclusion, with this manuscript, we aimed to re-arouse the interest to the KD, the diagnosis of which may be very problematic for both the patients and the physicians, that may have many clinical pictures and by this way we emphasized the requirement for more certain algorithms in diagnosis and treatment of this disease with larger case series and reviews.
If looking at Monet's work is able to purify one's heart to give up secular concerns, then looking at Zhao's work is able to charge one's energy and re-arouse our love for life and nature ..."