reviviscence

reviviscence

(ˌrɛvɪˈvɪsəns; rɪˈvɪvɪsəns) or

reviviscency

n
rare restoration to life or animation; revival
[C17: from Latin, from revīviscere come back to life, related to vīvere to live; see revive]
ˌreviˈviscent adj
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rev•i•vis•cence

(ˌrɛv əˈvɪs əns)

also rev`i•vis′cen•cy,



n.
the act or state of being revived; revival; reanimation.
[1620–30; < Latin revīvisc(ere) to come to life again (re- re- + vīviscere, inchoative of vīvere to live) + -ence]
rev`i•vis′cent, adj.
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L'un des principaux obstacles a la reviviscence de la vie synodale de TEglise locale est probablement la difficulte devant laquelle on se trouve aujourd'hui de donner un mode d'expression culturellement adequat a l'expression du corps ecclesial dans divers contextes cultureis.
It is conceivable that all attempts to introduce new heathen religions in a society impregnated with Christianity will prove abortive; that there will follow a reviviscence of the old religion, or again, a consolidation and expansion of the humanitarian system made more livable, for some time, by subordinate religious factors like traditional Christianity, a somewhat tamed Communism, and possibly others to come.
De surcroit, il n'est pas non plus exclu que des handicaps internes ne cessent d'affecter le processus de la reviviscence du tourisme.
[beaucoup moins que] La recitation du Coran sans interruption sauf pour les prieres et le moment du f'tour est consideree comme la reviviscence du souvenir de la revelation du Coran durant ce mois sacre sur la personne du Prophete (QSSSL) [beaucoup plus grand que], ont explique des chouyoukh de la region.
If some Muslim Rroma lost their religious consciousness completely and others preserved it in an essential form as a mystical communion with the divinity, lately there has been a wave of Islamic reviviscence among some Rroma Muslims that try to conform to a more conventional, institutionalized understanding of Islam.
Laplanche situe l'origine du fantasme dans la << [...] disjonction entre l'apaisement du besoin (Befriedigung) et l'accomplissement du desir (Wunscherfullung), entre les deux temps de l'experience reelle et de sa reviviscence hallucinatoire entre l'objet qui comble [l'objet reel, le lait] et le signe qui inscrit a la fois l'objet et son absence [l'objet perdu, le sein] >>.
Othman pointed out that this meeting will allow a renewable cooperation opportunity between the African and Arab worlds through discussing the specialized papers and studies on the role of the cultural heritage in deepening the understanding between the peoples as well as the role of parliaments and equivalent councils in making an Arab-African cultural reviviscence.
Nous avons cherche a nous appuyer sur les theories de la memoire d'Halbwachs, selon lesquelles la localisation d'un souvenir dans le passe est facilitee par la stimulation de points de repere, qu'il definit comme << des etats de conscience qui, par leur intensite, luttent mieux que les autres contre l'oubli, ou par leur complexite, sont de nature a susciter beaucoup de rapports, a augmenter les chances de reviviscence >> (1994, p.