The Lazarus Project involves the 1908 shooting death of an immigrant.
Presby said that shortly after Lazarus learned of the engagement she contacted Ruetten and “begged him to see her.”
And, Newt Gingrich proves miracles do happen: Lazarus lives.
In 1993 a doctor described the Lazarus phenomenon in a seventy-five-year-old man with a lung hemorrhage.
Mandelson has not said sorry, if he had to resign again even Lazarus would not countenance a third comeback.
He had consulted with Mr. Arabin, who had suggested the propriety of calling in the aid of the Master of Lazarus.
For by means of the event Lazarus has become a different man.
And when he had thus spoken, he cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, come forth.
In vain shall Lazarus and his sisters wait for their expected Lord!
When Lazarus was raised from the dead it took him a long time to find out that he was again alive.
Biblical character (Luke xvi:20), the poor man covered in sores; his name was extended in medieval usage to "any poor and visibly diseased person" (cf. lazar, mid-14c., "one deformed and nauseous with filthy and pestilential diseases" [Johnson]). The name is from a Greek rendition of Hebrew El'azar, literally "God has helped."
A man brought back to life by Jesus after being in the tomb for four days. The incident is recorded in the Gospel of John. The raising of Lazarus is considered the crowning miracle or sign revealing Jesus as the giver of life. It also is the act that caused the enemies of Jesus to begin the plan to put Jesus to death. (See Crucifixion.)
Note: Someone who makes a comeback from obscurity is sometimes called a “Lazarus rising from the dead.”
an abbreviation of Eleazar, whom God helps. (1.) The brother of Mary and Martha of Bethany. He was raised from the dead after he had lain four days in the tomb (John 11:1-44). This miracle so excited the wrath of the Jews that they sought to put both Jesus and Lazarus to death. (2.) A beggar named in the parable recorded Luke 16:19-31.