Weakly I rose for the last time--my tortured lungs gasped for the breath that would fill them with a strange and numbing element, but instead I felt the revivifying
breath of life-giving air surge through my starving nostrils into my dying lungs.
This idea, growing, appeared to give him strength--a new and revivifying
purpose--so that for a time he no longer staggered; but went forward steadily with head erect.
The cook grinned at my exhibition of nerves, and thrust into my hand a steaming mug with an "'Ere, this'll do yer good." It was a nauseous mess,--ship's coffee,--but the heat of it was revivifying
. Between gulps of the molten stuff I glanced down at my raw and bleeding chest and turned to the Scandinavian.
Great news: You can now listen to Myke Salomon's radical, revivifying
take on the seminal Filipino rock band Eraserheads in the comfort of home or car or computer.
FormerLiberal DemocratsleaderPaddy Ashdownbranded Theresa May's Cabinet "revivifying
vipers" in his final tweet.
Their topics include the remains of the stage: revivifying
Shakespearean theatre on screen 1964-2016, understanding new encounters with Shakespeare: hybrid media and emerging audience behaviors, South Bank Shakespeare goes global: broadcasting from Shakespeare's Globe and the National Theater, Shakespeare and the theater broadcast experience: a view from Hong Kong, and Shakespeare at a theater near you: student engagement in northeast Ohio.
Chris Benjamin, Managing Editor of Atlantic Books Today and winner of the Silver Atlantic Journalism Award in 2014 states, "From the opening pages of the 3 Nations Anthology, Elizabeth Sprague's 'This That This' emphatically announces a book pulsing with the heartbeat of the land." Patricia Smith, author of Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah, winner of the 2014 Rebekah Bobbitt Prize, the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize (The Academy of American Poets), and the Phillis Wheatley Award in Poetry speaks to the poetry, "Reading the poems in this long-overdue collection is like pulling a deep, revivifying
breath into the body.
That mission is, first, to revivify France, andsecond, to re-establish it as an equal partner with Germany in revivifying
the European Union.
Those two institutions are leaders in promoting and revivifying
Christian civilizational values in Australia.
By the 1980s, this mode was East Village cliche, but the revivifying
sting of Ricard's well-honed wit staved off any staleness.
According to Terry, the brand makeover move is intended at revitalizing and revivifying
the present logo and adding a contemporary feel into CABS, which will be a blend of the organization s rich legacy and its present status as a dynamic market player.
"The conversation here in Chicago is way beyond issues of accommodation and basic access and on to thinking about aesthetics and politics," enthuses Sandahl, who attended the first BOW in 2006 as a visiting academic from Florida State, and set about revivifying
it after arriving at UIC in 2009.