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The grief and havoc of these past four years, confronted boldly, can yield an outgrowth of hope.
With teams as a rule scoring more efficiently in transition than in the halfcourt, this is a natural outgrowth of getting players capable of that pairing of skills.
Occasionally an ear-like outgrowth appears on the neck, indicative of the attempt of a second slit to develop into an ear.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
The art of any people is an outgrowth and efflorescence of an internal living principle: and as is the tree so is its fruit.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
The art of sculpture was an essential outgrowth of the Greek spirit, and perfectly suited the requirements of Greek thought.
GREEK SCULPTUREESTELLE M. HURLL
Colorado was the outgrowth of the great financial crisis of 1857.
OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS TO ALASKACHARLES WARREN STODDARD
Luther's devil is the outgrowth of humanity in long-clothes.
MYSTIC LONDON:CHARLES MAURICE DAVIES
Indianapolis as before stated is on the line of the road, but her proportions as a city are the outgrowth of other agencies.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
But it became clear that this view was only the outgrowth of the strong interest which physiology took in the sense processes.
PSYCHOTHERAPYHUGO MNSTERBERG
And try to grasp the fact, also, that the system we are now trying to change was a natural outgrowth of other conditions.

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