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Taken by itself, however, the notion is incapable of engendering a myth.

Your ruff, your poker, are engendering together upon the cupboard of the court, or the court cupboard.

And here are wrongs, engendering anguish, and mortal strife.

And there is nothing like dreams for engendering the future.

He never uses vulgar bad language himself, but has a singular power of engendering it in others.

So much glory, however, produced its usual effect in engendering jealousy in little minds.

It might, by engendering ridicule from the insolence of office, weaken a claim, otherwise well founded.

You may like to know, as a means of engendering a more complete individual interest in our actors, who they are.

It has the advantage also of not engendering insects; for, in consequence of its poisonous qualities, no insect can live upon it.

This confidence in her powers stimulated and encouraged her, often engendering the very resources it imputed.

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