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I shall doubt hereafter whether superior intelligence is promotive of superior virtue.

It is worthy of remark that this conviction seemed rather to increase recklessness and crime than to be promotive of virtue.

The customer was enveloped in an atmosphere that was soothing, delicious, promotive of deep self-esteem.

This is, no doubt, promotive of health, provided it is not at first carried to an extreme.

His government of Ireland was promotive of the King's interests and of the people commended to his charge.

It is promotive of knowledge and progress in every community where it circulates.

What is unwholesome is wrong; what is promotive of health and completeness for the individual and for the community is right.

Now, my countrymen, if this plan of revenue reform is to be promotive of our manufacturing interests, why go slowly?

We have always advocated that policy in legislation which was promotive of the interests and honor of our country.

This policy is not however fully carried out with merely constructive and promotive action.

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