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That kind of moralizing would gladden the hearts of 19th-century prohibitionists, but it has no place in modern, evidence-based dietary guidelines.
Long before that, however, the sun had come back to gladden the Polar regions, and break up the reign of ancient night.
THE GIANT OF THE NORTHR.M. BALLANTYNE
If they are depressed, they smoke or chew tobacco, and gladden themselves therewith.
In his heart he longed for a bed that night, and a cup of hot coffee to gladden his gizzard.
Its bluish purple flowers gladden the bare brown hillsides with great profusion of bloom, in earnest of returning life.
A noble simplicity and wholesomeness will characterize the life of man, and universal peace will gladden his heart.
BEYONDHENRY SEWARD HUBBARD
So the joy that the singer gave out went to gladden the world, and that which she gave, paradoxically enough, remained with her.
SPIRIT AND MUSICH. ERNEST HUNT
Az the white rose wakens intu buty, so dus the white Pig cum tu gladden us.
JOSH BILLINGS, HIZ SAYINGSHENRY WHEELER SHAW
He would gladden the heart of Frederick of Prussia, for he stands six and three if an inch.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
"Doubtless several gong-strokes will intervene before his returning footsteps gladden our expectant vision," replied Wei Chang.

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