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Word: resuscitate

Definition: revive; bring back to life or consciousness; Ex. resuscitate the drowned child


Sentences Containing 'resuscitate'

A common advance directive is a Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) order which states that member has requested that resuscitation should not be attempted if the member suffers cardiac or respiratory arrest. International affiliates.
A severely-injured Naidu was transported to Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) in Srikakulam town, where the doctors' efforts to resuscitate him failed.
In a frantic attempt to save Daniel, Lori manages to resuscitate after he has been clinically dead for almost a half hour.
It can be used to treat shock, resuscitate, stabilize and prevent further bleeding in women with obstetric hemorrhage.
On August 30, 1950, a written order by a senior intelligence officer in the South Korean Navy instructed Jeju's police to ""execute all those in groups C and D by firing squad no later than September 6."" In March 1950, North Korea sent thousands of armed insurgents to resuscitate the guerrilla fighting on Jeju, but by this time the South Korean Army had become particularly adept at counterinsurgency and squashed the new insurgency in only a few weeks.
Several senior government officials in the APC administration of Momoh like Salia Jusu Sheriff, Abass Bundu, J.B. Dauda and Sama Banya resigned from the APC government respectively to resuscitate the previously disbanded SLPP.
The 29th Division was also shifted from Helles to Suvla. The final British attempt to resuscitate the offensive came on 21 August with attacks at Scimitar Hill and Hill 60.
They drag him into a Humvee and speed away with Gallant trying to resuscitate him.
Upon his release, he formed Democratic League and attempted to resuscitate his political career, but to no avail.

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