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resurrection -- as in: resurrection of a dream
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Gone with the Wind
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  • I am the Resurrection and the Life . and whosoever . believeth in Me shall never die.
  • As she walked along Peachtree, followed by the waddling Mammy, she found the sidewalks just as crowded as they were at the height of the war and there was the same air of rush and bustle about the resurrecting town which had made her blood sing when she came here, so long ago, on her first visit to Aunt Pitty.
  • Atlanta had always been musical and loved good music, despite the sneering comments of sister cities of the South concerning the town’s lack of culture, and there was now an enthusiastic resurrection of interest that grew stronger as the times grew harder and more tense.

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  • it produced a resurrection of hope
  • Many fans had given up on the team, but its resurrection began last fall when...

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