KeyWEn.com  
 
 
 
Resurgence       Article     History   Tree Map
  Encyclopedia of Keywords > Enjoying > Resurgence   Michael Charnine

Keywords and Sections
REASONS
PRODUCTION
SECURITY
ISSUE
QUITE
OPERA
LESLIE
LARGEST PARTY
RENEWED INTEREST
RUSSIAN LITERATURE
DEATH
TRADITIONAL CULTURES TATTOOING
RELIGIOUS RESURGENCE
POPULAR RESURGENCE
MASSIVE RESURGENCE
EXISTENTIALISM EXPERIENCED
ETHNIC MANCHUS
SMALL RESURGENCE
HUGE RESURGENCE
GROWING RESURGENCE
ARISTOCRATIC RESURGENCE
DRAMATIC RESURGENCE
ISLAMIC RESURGENCE
CURRENT RESURGENCE
STRONG RESURGENCE
BRIEF RESURGENCE
HANDS
POWER
ALLIES
BUILDING
PROBLEMS
LONDON
PART
JAZZ
POETRY
OCTOBER
MEMBERS
SOCIETY
KEVIN HARVICK
INTERNET
ADVENT
SEASON
MUSLIMS
HITLER
FORCE
NEWTON
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Resurgence"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Resurgence is the leading international forum for ecological and spiritual thinking.
  2. This resurgence was to last until the early eighties when fraternities at Hopkins fell on hard times.

Reasons

  1. Let's take a look at this resurgence in draft horse fortunes and the reasons for the remarkable success of the Belgian in particular.

Production

  1. There was a resurgence of interest in The Wilderness in 1980, however, and Cao Yu, then 70-years-old, collaborated in staging a production of his play.

Security

  1. Improvements in security have led to a resurgence of Scouting thanks to a group of dedicated servicemembers who comprise the Victory Base Council. (Web site)

Issue

  1. Another issue that has been in the Bet Shemesh news has been the resurgence of the debate over the planned Business and Municipal Center, aka "the Maar".

Quite

  1. Instrumental guitar music has got quite a shot in the arm over recent years with a resurgence of rock musicians who are musicians first, rock stars second. (Web site)

Opera

  1. It is not surprising that with the resurgence of interest in Clara Schumann in the 1990s and 2000s, came a novel, an opera, and a play drawn from her life. (Web site)

Leslie

  1. A resurgence of interest in the concept of cultural evolution, begun by Leslie White, has tended to restore Morgan's reputation. (Web site)

Largest Party

  1. Despite this resurgence, National failed to displace Labour as the largest party in Parliament. (Web site)

Renewed Interest

  1. In recent years, genealogy compilation and clan organisation has seen a resurgence, together with a renewed interest in local history. (Web site)

Russian Literature

  1. The resurgence of Eastern Orthodoxy was reflected in Russian literature, e.g., the figure of Starets Zosima in Dostoevsky 's Brothers Karamazov.

Death

  1. This resurgence preceded his death by just a few years: he passed away in Venice in 1643. (Web site)
  2. The novel ends with the resurgence of Voldemort and the death of a student (Cedric Diggory).

Traditional Cultures Tattooing

  1. In many traditional cultures tattooing has also enjoyed a resurgence, partially in deference to cultural heritage.

Religious Resurgence

  1. On a more ominous note, the new religious resurgence in America has also included a marked rise in Evangelical Christian fundamentalism.

Popular Resurgence

  1. Joey DeFrancesco is one of the reasons for the popular resurgence of the soul-jazz style and the Hammond B-3 organ sound which is identified with it.

Massive Resurgence

  1. In the early 1990s there was a massive resurgence in the consumption of red wine, based on the idea that they were good for your health. (Web site)

Existentialism Experienced

  1. In the 1950sand 1960s, existentialism experienced a resurgence of interest in popular artforms. (Web site)

Ethnic Manchus

  1. In recent years, however, there has been a resurgence of interest in Manchu culture among both ethnic Manchus and Han.

Small Resurgence

  1. Rufete or Tinto Pinheira, Portuguese grape type that is enjoying a small resurgence in the Do valley particularly. (Web site)
  2. The uprisings of May 1968 led to a small resurgence of interest in left communist ideas.

Huge Resurgence

  1. Documentary films have enjoyed a huge resurgence over the last few years, and there's a new generation of filmmakers wanting to get involved.
  2. This can't-miss collection captures the spirit of lounge music and delivers the goods on a musical genre that's enjoying a huge resurgence.

Growing Resurgence

  1. As of the early 2000s, however, the longer form of cricket is experiencing a growing resurgence in popularity.
  2. However, there is a growing resurgence of interest in organic, free range, and locally grown family farm products. (Web site)

Aristocratic Resurgence

  1. To be sure, an aristocratic resurgence occurred during the century, but aristocrats owed their new lease on life to their willingness to serve the state.
  2. Search for " Aristocratic resurgence " in existing articles.

Dramatic Resurgence

  1. Recent decades have once again seen a dramatic resurgence of interest in surrealism.

Islamic Resurgence

  1. But the issue of Islamic resurgence in Chechnya is altogether separate from the question of whether Wahhabists and al Qaeda are installing themselves there. (Web site)

Current Resurgence

  1. Could we get your point of view on the current resurgence of American riders into Grand Prix this year. (Web site)

Strong Resurgence

  1. New Zealand's first vines were planted in Northland in 1819, however winemaking almost died out here until a strong resurgence of interest in recent years. (Web site)

Brief Resurgence

  1. Best had a brief resurgence in form with Fulham in 1976-77, showing that, although he had lost some of his pace, he retained his skills.
  2. The movement effectively died in 1813 apart from a brief resurgence of Luddite sentiment in 1816 following the end of the Napoleonic Wars.

Hands

  1. Capcom 2, it looks like it might be a resurgence of fighting games is on our hands.

Power

  1. The separatist movement experienced a resurgence following President Suharto's fall from power (1998).
  2. This policy kept the Right in power until the 60s, when there was a resurgence of popular dissent and industrial unrest.

Allies

  1. The allies created an international system to maintain the territorial status quo and prevent the resurgence of an expansionist France.

Building

  1. The Open Source movement is building on this stable foundation and is creating a resurgence of enthusiasm for the UNIX philosophy.
  2. This led to a short resurgence in the building of narrow gauge railways, especially in rural locations. (Web site)

Problems

  1. These problems accordingly delayed any resurgence of the dispute with France until 1415.

London

  1. In recent years there has been a resurgence in the use of the River Thames for moving cargo between terminals within the Port of London.

Part

  1. Wood-and-canvas canoes have undergone a resurgence in recent years, spurred in part by the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association [2].

Jazz

  1. Jazz enjoyed a resurgence in the 1980s with bands like Pigbag and Curiosity Killed the Cat achieving chart hits in Britain. (Web site)
  2. Joey DeFrancesco has been credited with the resurgence of the Hammond B-3 organ in jazz.
  3. Reprint (1990) of: Jazz, the modern resurgence. (Web site)

Poetry

  1. A rich oral tradition and resurgence of poetry has inspired many Pashtun women seeking to learn to read and write.

October

  1. Recently there has been a resurgence of cholera cases with 40 cases and 1 death reported from Kayes between 3 and 16 October. (Web site)

Members

  1. A number of new members are in the Order as well, and it is dedicated to saving everyone from the resurgence of Death Eaters and Voldemort.
  2. He sought to describe its members and ask its leading pastors and theologians about the causes and implications of the Calvinist resurgence. (Web site)

Society

  1. In the late 20th century, Pantheism began to see a resurgence.[ 3] Pantheism chimed with the growing ecological awareness in society and the media.

Kevin Harvick

  1. Kevin Harvick: In recent weeks Kevin Harvick and his team have seen something of a "late-in-the-season" resurgence. (Web site)

Internet

  1. Interlingua has seen a resurgence over the last decade thanks to the Internet, with the number of speakers jumping tenfold by some estimates.
  2. The 21st century has seen a strong resurgence of the sonnet form, as there are many sonnets now appearing in print and on the Internet. (Web site)

Advent

  1. With the recent advent of Ajax and the resurgence of Flash for developing web sites and applications, new patterns of interaction have emerged on the Web. (Web site)

Season

  1. Now, in a season of resurgence for an RCR team that struggled to keep pace with NASCAR's heavyweights last year, Bowyer could make a similar run.

Muslims

  1. And it was this new resurgence of power by this means that compensated the Muslims for their small number and poor equipment.
  2. So the more recent manifestations of Islamic resurgence is very intimately tied to reconfigurations of identity, not only among Muslims, but across others.

Hitler

  1. In an attempt to obtain financial contributions from industrialists, Hitler wrote a pamphlet in 1927 entitled The Road to Resurgence. (Web site)

Force

  1. Britain is emerging as a force in gymnastics ahead of the 2012 Olympics in London, and Tweddle is the one who kicked off the resurgence.

Newton

  1. Problems inherent in the definitions used by Newton would lead to a resurgence of careful analysis and formal proof in the 19th century. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Enjoying
  2. Tourism > Resorts > Business > Interest
  3. Popularity
  4. Richard Childress Racing
  5. Auto Racing > Nascar > Nascar Teams > Petty Enterprises

Related Keywords

    * Absence * America * Art * Atari * Beginning * Belief * Bluegrass Music * Buddhism * Calvinism * Career * Countries * Country * Country Pop * Decline * Driving * Enjoying * Europe * Experienced * Family Values * Former Soviet Union * Games * Great * Hinduism * History * Incidence * Interest * Islam * Labonte * Last Decade * Leader * Leading * Martinsville * Midst * Militants * Music * Nanzhao * Nineties * North America * Number * Paganism * Parts * Party * Past * Past Year * Pertussis * Petty Enterprises * Playing * Popularity * Popular Culture * Rcr * Renaissance * Renaissance Humanism * Result * Revival * Rheumatic Fever * Richard Childress Racing * Rise * Russian Nobility * Seeing * Silent Films * Something * Sorts * Sport * Time * Tuberculosis * Usage * Vote * Way * Winning * World * Year * Years
  1. Books about "Resurgence" in Amazon.com

Book: Keywen Category Structure


  Short phrases about "Resurgence"
  Originally created: August 01, 2010.
  Links checked: February 14, 2013.
  Please send us comments and questions by this Online Form
  Please click on Move Up to move good phrases up.
0.0282 sec. a=1..