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There is reason to believe that he sometimes exercised a humanizing influence over his flock.
A HALF CENTURY OF CONFLICT - VOLUME IFRANCIS PARKMAN
His courtship had been delayed so long on account of poverty that it brought little of humanizing emotion into his life.
OTHER MAIN-TRAVELLED ROADSHAMLIN GARLAND
I quote this as an instance of the lengths to which humanizing may be carried without discovery by the average reader.
BIRD LORE, VOLUME I--1899VARIOUS
The humanizing process is lavishly applied to all sorts of creatures, even to plants.
BIRD LORE, VOLUME I--1899VARIOUS
There is nothing humanizing in their relations with their fellow creatures.
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But this magic progress has not been used for the humanizing of society.
AGAINST THE CURRENTEDWARD A. STEINER
Only toward the end of the sermon was the tension of her spirit relieved by seeing humanizing symptoms of weariness.
THE SHADOW OF LIFEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
One sought face and figure in vain for some humanizing defect, some deviation from Olympian completeness.
PATHS OF JUDGEMENTANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
His courtship had been delayed so long on account of poverty that it brought little of humanizing emotion into his228 life.
THE ARENAVARIOUS
Romilly and Mackintosh had preceded him in the great work of reforming and humanizing the code of England.
THE INTERNATIONAL WEEKLY MISCELLANY, VOL. 1, NO. 7VARIOUS

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