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But, in spite of these ordinary defects, he was fond of his work and wishful to excel in it.

All his promotion had come from trying to excel in his routine work.

That is, he could work wonders like the fairies and excel the doctors in curing diseases.

They do not hope to excel the Greeks, but are content to remain their pupils.

Thus is excited among those so brought together a spirit of competition, and a desire in their turn to excel.

It was neither warrior, nor lover, nor god; in none of these roles do the English excel.

And what is it in which you desire to excel, Euthydemus, that you collect books?

In preparation for, and during, a battle, none can excel him.

During the last 25 years, we have found nothing to excel them.

They want to please and to excel, and to number you among their patrons for the future.

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