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resur·gence

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  1. revival, resurgence, revitalization, revitalisation, revivificationnoun

    bringing again into activity and prominence

    "the revival of trade"; "a revival of a neglected play by Moliere"; "the Gothic revival in architecture"

    Synonyms:
    revival meeting, revitalization, revitalisation, revivification, revival

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  1. Edouard Phillipe:

    This is devastating for our security with the inevitable resurgence of Islamic State in northeastern Syria and probably also northwest Iraq and so the destabilization of a government that doesn't need that.

  2. Takaji Wakita:

    Looking ahead, it is important to further push down the caseloads in case of a future resurgence of infections.

  3. Marie Yovanovitch:

    He miscalculated about the West. I think he thought that... there would be some scolding, maybe a couple of sanctions, but he could withstand it, and he could continue, and he could move on, instead, he has inspired a resurgence of North Atlantic Treaty Organization. And the West is united in opposition and trying to provide not only sort of strengthening North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the flank countries on Ukraine's border, but also in providing support to Ukraine.

  4. Laurent Toubiana:

    If we do not see a quick resurgence of the epidemic, we might get a break for a few weeks.

  5. David Curry:

    The Kim dynasty is responsible for perpetuating deplorable human rights conditions in the name of propping up the regime, the death or incapacitation of Kim Jong Un is likely the only opportunity for this generation to see a historic resurgence of human rights protections for North Korean citizens.


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