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Our immense length of seaboard and the proximity of the Gulf Stream are also agents for engendering our variable climate.
So much glory, however, produced its usual effect in engendering jealousy in little minds.
He never uses vulgar bad language himself, but has a singular power of engendering it in others.
In other words, the kosmic mind in engendering materiality and spatiality has set up therein a kosmic order or geometrism.
THE MYSTERY OF SPACEROBERT T. BROWNE
In the production of a form life stamps upon it, once for all time, the path of its engendering action.
THE MYSTERY OF SPACEROBERT T. BROWNE
And therefore they may with more facility be cumbered in their engendering, and be the more ready to take injuries.
Probably in crowds they had rubbed elbows a dozen times with no engendering of friction.
BACK HOMEIRVIN S. COBB
The first instance of a female still preserving the faculty of engendering males, is presented by the queen bee.
Of all human passions, is not pride alone incapable of engendering anything base?
THE DUCHESSE DE LANGEAISHONORE DE BALZAC
In the little pause that followed Benham had a feeling that Sir Philip was engendering something still more personal.

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