David Walter Banks for The New York Times
Inspired by Senator Barack Obama’s speech, some religious leaders, like the Rev. Kenneth L. Samuel, above, plan to interweave talk of race and resurrection.
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verb [T] interwove, interwoven 交織
to weave together or combine two or more things so that they cannot be separated easily:
She has created an intriguing story by skillfully interweaving fictional and historical events.
the Resurrection (神子 耶穌) 復活
In the Christian religion, the Resurrection is Jesus Christ's return to life on the third day after his death, or the return of all people to life at the end of the world.
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1 to bring someone back to life:
Almost all Christians believe that Jesus was resurrected from the dead.
2 to bring back something into use or existence that had disappeared or ended:
Several members of the party have resurrected the idea of constitutional change.
She has been busily trying to resurrect her Hollywood career.
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when something that had disappeared or ended is brought back into use or existence