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Calm and quiet when danger raged, he could inspire in his comrades a boundless confidence.

What power so dangerous, when moral earnestness ceases to inspire the feelings?

Everything here appears calculated to inspire kind and happy feelings, for everything is delicate and beautiful.

Washington IrvingCharles Dudley Warner

It would have been difficult to find models more fitted to inspire a great painter.

Besides her distinguished beauty, Lady Blessington offered much, in her life and surroundings, to inspire a painter.

Is He our head, to fill us with vitality, to inspire and to command?

This is a most effective method to inspire the teachers and in turn impart their love for birds to the scholars.

The only question is to inspire it with courage and constantly to fan its enthusiasm.

Separated as they were, they retained that easy good-feeling which only school companionship can inspire.

Another prolonged stare at the convent failed to inspire him with any scheme that was in the slightest degree practicable.

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