v. vitalize, give vitality; animate
Culture has been vitalised, democratised and disseminated widely.
In this way the resource flows arising from the European Union aid effort and bilateral programmes can be enlarged and vitalised.
This is a vitalising of democratic freedom of speech.
At the same time, it established a partnership with labour-exporting countries, especially developing ones, to help vitalize their economies and implement development programmes in those countries.
The objective is to vitalize the University's mandate "to provide humanity with an international institution of higher education for peace".
We are confident that the Assembly's consensus adoption of the draft resolution before it today will be a strong motivation to promote and vitalize that cooperation for the benefit of both organizations.
I think that these two changes would slightly broaden the chance for parliamentary debate and exchange while not destroying the purpose of the working group which is, of course, to streamline and to vitalise the proceedings of the Assembly.
It had become necessary to establish a contact point outside the service activity to vitalize networks and provide better dissemination of the project and its results.
It helps to vitalize and empower you and helps the blood circulation to run smoothly.
Mr Moray has entrusted us to vitalise this special event.