Definition of resuscitation:
Osiris- Sokari, who was worshipped as the companion of Osiris, presided over the wanderings which had to be performed by the seemingly extinct spirit before its resuscitation as another being in a new form; and Egyptian priests governed in the temples of these gods, which were purely Egyptian in style, and which had been built at a very early date over the tomb- cave of the sacred bulls.- "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
The distress has been visibly proceeding in a regular increase of severity for more than two years; it becomes every day greater and greater; it is deep rooted; it is destroying the means of resuscitation; it is ripping up the goose and taking out the golden eggs; in suspending the operations of labour, it is cutting off the possibility of a speedy return of employment.- "Memoirs of Henry Hunt, Esq. Volume 3", Henry Hunt.
- "The Wandering Jew, Book VIII.", Eugene Sue.