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She had also proved in her recent struggle that she possessed sufficient strength of will to act upon her convictions.

The mere inhalation of the dust of Ipecacuanha has been found to act upon the lungs so as to cause Bronchitis.

The Action of Medicines in the SystemFrederick William Headland

Animals and plants fall ill and die if their surface is so covered that neither air nor water can act upon them.

His bodily health is improving wonderfully, and at last that must act upon his mind.

Bunyip LandGeorge Manville Fenn

If Germany will adopt this view I feel strongly that France and ourselves should act upon it.

That is the reason why one brain can act upon another, can influence another.

The Soul StealerCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

Delaine must be told that the story was true, and would no doubt think himself entitled to act upon it.

Lady Merton, ColonistMrs. Humphry Ward

Men assent to truth as true; but they are not thereby necessarily moved to act upon it: it may remain unassimilated.

Our Lady Saint MaryJ. G. H. Barry

It took but a few minutes to act upon the plan of which the reader has learned long since.

The Young RanchersEdward S. Ellis

One mans word is as good as anothers in this country; and its your duty as a judge of the court, here, to act upon any complaint.

The RanchmanCharles Alden Seltzer
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