Ultimately, Treme is about whether or not New Orleans is able to resurrect itself.
Forty years of one's life; yeah, I'll run right out and pick it up (resurrect it).
Now Obama hopes he can resurrect Copenhagen before Christmas, and enjoy not one but two victory laps in Europe.
It is time to resurrect an idea first broached by Ronald Reagan: eliminating Cabinet departments.
His goal, he said at the time, was to “resurrect something that my family built.”
He was divorced utterly from his past, for there was nothing about him to resurrect in his consciousness a memory of that past.
I have dared to resurrect an extinct tribe for the purposes of fiction.
Only once had he dimly imagined her presence, and that was at a moment which his sane mind now refused to resurrect.
From those cells we can resurrect any one of whom we have an identification plate.
Bates said "it was 'rejuvify'—that is, 'drag out,' 'resurrect.'"
1772, back-formation from resurrection. Related: Resurrected; resurrecting. "The correct form is resurge, which, however, is intransitive only, whereas the verb resurrect can be used both as transitive and intransitive ..." [Klein]. Related: Resurrected; resurrecting.