restimulate

restimulate

(ˌriːˈstɪmjʊˌleɪt)
vb (tr)
1. to stimulate again, reactivate
2. (Other Non-Christian Religions) (in Scientology) to retrieve, unlock, or awaken (a memory) from, for example, supposed previous lives
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The improved GCs excess may, in several cases, restimulate individual immunity, triggering autoimmune diseases.
I developed the phrase "salad-bar beef" to restimulate conversation about sustainable ranching and to encourage farmers to educate folks about why we do what we do, and how it's different from what others do.
PPI has now been in negative territory for three years, highlighting sustained pressure on profit margins at Chinese companies -- in particular heavy industry -- as Beijing struggles to restimulate headline growth.
the ability to restimulate the reservoir over the course of time.
Similarly, the potential for more control over long-haul rates for air passenger duty is interesting and if granted could help us to restimulate Cardiff Airport, action that is sorely needed if Wales is to been taken seriously in the global market place.
And the danger is that this becomes something of a running theme any time the Champions League anthem isn't blaring out of the PA system to restimulate the senses.
"Once again we've just seen the market prepping itself for renewed growth coming through after the European Central Bank meets on Thursday and decides what they're going to do to help restimulate the economy," said Juliana Roadley, market analyst at Commonwealth Securities.
Abdullatif bin Rashid al-Zayani, the new Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) who replaced Abdul Rahman bin Hamad al-Attiyah was scheduled to arrive in Yemen on Tuesday in efforts to restimulate talks between the government and the opposition following Saleh's refusal to sign the Gulf initiative on Saturday that called for his step down from power and the transition to a national unity government, AL HAYAT said.
With electronic publishing, a modest success with volume one might be enough to justify volume two, and the sequel can then restimulate interest in the previous work.
Obama unveiled in February massive plans to restimulate the world s largest economy and create or save some three million jobs within two years.
Of course, cuts in the interest rates by the Bank of England are absolutely necessary to try to restimulate an economy that has been wrecked by Labour's mismanagement.
Cornelius Loews remarks that in such hallowed places of death or burial there ate often objects and corpses stained with red ochre to "restimulate blood or life" (80).