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But it is generally within these walls that they seek to signalize themselves and to serve their fellow-creatures.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
This was a religious ceremony, intended to signalize and sanctify their victory.
XERXESJACOB ABBOTT
May Heaven signalize its vengeance, in the face of all the world, upon the most abandoned and profligate of men!
CLARISSA, VOLUME 6 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
For confirmation is meant to signalize a spiritual coming of age, and may be a repudiation.
The Wars which signalize the new period, contrast deeply with those which heretofore tore the land.
Now—because I am ready to believe you—say if it is to burst upon me suddenly or to signalize a long career.
He was willing to signalize it by the magnificence of a Funeral Pomp, and for this purpose he himself issued the necessary Orders.
We signalize, however, M. Gouy's original ideas on the Brownian movement.
Reform banquets were the order of the day in France, and one was arranged for in Paris to signalize the meeting of the Chambers.
One, whose fate he wished particularly to signalize, was thrown down from the Tarpeian Rock.

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