Sentences Containing 'resurrect'
The adoption of cremation would relieve us of a muck of threadbare burial witticisms; but, on the other hand, it would resurrect a lot of mildewed old cremation jokes that have had a rest for two thousand years.
In this he has been compared to Arthur Conan Doyle's decision to resurrect Sherlock Holmes after he had been killed falling over the Reichenbach Falls.
She can communicate telepathically with dead spirits either using their physical remains or on the astral plane and communicate with the cells, bacteria, and disintegrating tissue of corpses, temporarily resurrect the recently deceased as zombies or ghosts, and briefly summon images of deceased people from the minds of others.
In "Afro Samurai Resurrection," his skeleton is uncovered by a woman named Sio who intends to resurrect him, her intention being to use Rokutaro's clone to kill Afro.
Jewish messianism has its root in the apocalyptic literature of the 2nd century BC to 1st century BC, promising a future "anointed" leader or Messiah to resurrect the Israelite "Kingdom of God", in place of the foreign rulers of the time.
She says the idea for this episode arose from the idea that Dawn would be in the bargaining stage of mourning, and "if you were in Sunnydale and someone you loved died, you would absolutely call on the forces of darkness to resurrect them."
However, in 1983, "The Philadelphia Inquirer" published a story that referenced a Philadelphia-based campaign to resurrect the dead on Jupiter that, while failing to explicitly mention the tiles, bears a striking similarity to the ideas of the tiles themselves.
The current occupants of the house know nothing about the tiles and are annoyed by people who ask, though this is the residence of a named recluse and alleged tile-maker, as shown in the 2011 documentary film "Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles".
Between 2002 and 2007, many new tiles displayed a very different font and styling than the older tiles and tended to leave out words that were found on the originals: "raise" is often substituted for "resurrect", and prepositions are frequently omitted.
The Blues are medics, virtually non-combative entities that cannot participate in a melee situation alone without sustaining severe casualties, but their ability to resurrect fallen minions makes them valuable; their additional abilities include "blinking," removing magical ooze, swimming and an immunity to magic attacks.
Characters new to the series include the Overlord's three mistresses: Kelda, a strong willed village girl and the only childhood friend to the Overlord; Juno, a seductive and spoiled Empire maiden; and Queen Fay, leader of the Elves of Everlight before being corrupted by the Overlord. Two new minion masters are also introduced: Mortis, who watches over the minion hives and has the ability to resurrect fallen minion heroes; the hooded keeper of Battle Rock, who organizes events in the Overlord's personal arena (though this may be the same minion that stood before the dungeon in the first Overlord).
Even so, quarrels between inhabitants of Beloeil and Mont-Saint-Hilaire, both near the mountain, as to which the mountain should be named after lasted well into the twentieth century, with the town newspapers of Beloeil attempting to resurrect the debate as late as 1986.
Hermann Wendland attempted to resurrect "Aiphanes" in 1878, merging "Martinezia" and "Marara" into it, but his proposal was ignored.
It is apparent they are the cause behind these events and intend to resurrect the Kyō-Ō.
Lydia Murman, art critic of the New Art Examiner, wrote about Bernal's 1981 solo exhibition of collage and assemblage: "Bernal's works involve the viewer because they resurrect the concern for art as a communicative force.
This hatred eventually prompts the Hand to resurrect him in order to destroy Elektra.
Several Hand ninjas soon clash with the Chaste and Daredevil and sacrifice their lives in order to resurrect Kirigi once again, to aid them in their battle against the Chaste and Daredevil.
Cremation was forbidden because it might interfere with God's "ability" to resurrect the body; however, this was refuted as early as Minucius Felix, in his dialogue "Octavius".
Some of the various Protestant churches came to accept cremation, with the rationale being, "God can resurrect a bowl of ashes just as conveniently as he can resurrect a bowl of dust." The 1908 Catholic Encyclopedia was critical about these efforts, referring to them as a "sinister movement" and associating them with Freemasonry, although it said that "there is nothing directly opposed to any dogma of the Church in the practice of cremation."
After studying the documents captured by Blazkowicz, the OSA has become aware of a scheme codenamed 'Operation: Resurrection', a plan to resurrect Heinrich I, a legendary and powerful Saxon warlock-king.
After fighting his way through the castle, Blazkowicz arrives too late at the site of a dark ceremony to resurrect Heinrich I. At the ceremony, SS Psychic Marianna Blavatsky conjures up dark spirits, which transform three Übersoldaten into Dark Knights, Heinrich's lieutenants.
In the meantime, his four generals attempted to resurrect the god Anthrasax, who would bring about an apocalypse and create the Sorcerer's Kingdom from the ashes of the old world.
Later he famously assisted Daredevil as the Hand attempted to resurrect Elektra as their agent He managed to restore Elektra and cleanse her soul using Daredevil's love for her and a portion of his own life force.
Shortly after acquiring the trademarks in 2011, Steve Davidson announced his intentions to resurrect the title as an online, professional publication that would offer science fiction, fantasy and horror fiction.
Their experimentation led them to resurrect the extinct dinosaur species; however, their victory was short lived, as a disastrous plague brought the end of their civilization itself.
In 1970s an attempt to resurrect the treaty, called the Alfa-Omega project, was aborted.
Shane tells Kol and Rebekah about Silas, and how he intends to release him and how Silas will resurrect those who died on his behalf.
Congress had also continued B-70 appropriations in an effort to resurrect bomber development.
This would grant him Onaga's ability to resurrect the dead.
Faced with the influx of these new words from foreign languages, some writers either tried to resurrect older English words ("gleeman" for "musician" – see glee, "sicker" for "certainly", "inwit" for "conscience", "yblent" for "confused") or create wholly new words from Germanic roots ("endsay" for "conclusion", "yeartide" for "anniversary", "foresayer" for "prophet").
Blackthorne escapes Metlar's punishment and acquires Dr. Manglar's acid-rotted remains, employing D'Compose to resurrect them into a skeletal grotesquerie dubbed ""Nightcrawler"".
After healing Jericho, Deathstroke claims the machine can also resurrect the dead also can bring Black Adam as well.
In "Advent Children", Jenova's last remains are acquired by Rufus, whilst the Remnants hope to find and use them to resurrect Sephiroth.
Known as "Remnants", they are the physical manifestations of Sephiroth's surviving will, and hope to resurrect him using Jenova's remains.
More Vocab Wordsecologist - person concerned with the interrelationship between living organisms and their environment; person concerned with the detrimental effects of human civilization on the environment; CF. ecology
adjutant - staff officer assisting the commander; assistant
prattle - talk idly; babble; N. CF. prate
gambol - romp; skip about; leap about playfully; frolic; N.
agglomeration - collection; heap; V. agglomerate: gather into a rounded mass; N. aggolmeate: jumbled mass; heap
accretion - growth or increase in size by gradual addition; growth; increase; increase by natural growth; Ex. towers and other accretions of the castle; V. accrete
stodgy - dull; stuffy; boringly conservative; Ex. stodgy book
intangible - not able to be perceived by touch; vague
dubious - questionable; (of something) causing doubt; (of someone) filled with doubt; N. dubiety
mock - ridicule; deride; imitate often in derision