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Plagueis may have found a way to either survive or revive himself.

What if Europe's recent efforts to revive its economy work?

Paramedics tried to revive him, but he died of his injuries.

They also put dormant properties to work and help revive distressed areas.

To revive soda demand, the industry also is investing in new technologies.

He knew he needed the Judeans to help revive the struggling Babylonian economy."

Melcher said he remained confident that Congress would ultimately revive the bank.

Within months, the company that pledged to revive the economy dismissed 600 workers.

The measure aims to revive dangerously low inflation and fuel growth in the eurozone.

Putin said Russia was pinning its hopes on Obama to revive ties with the United States.

You don't revive your economy over the shoulders of those who will build it, Cruz said.

For condo construction to revive, “the millennials need to start buying,” Mr. Lev said.

Winning season 5 of "Celebrity Apprentice" in 2012 helped revive Arsenio Hall's career.

If we only remember and revive the cute and cuddly, Earth will be less rich and vibrant.

If it doesn’t, it’s hard to see what else Apple could possibly do to revive sinking sales.

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