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The power in these stories rests in their veracity, vitality and vulnerability.
This demonstrates that vitality is a critical part of sustaining success in bad times as well as good times.
We are in a demented Chuseok-like season where we think of famine and hunger under our claims of harvest, where we think of sickness and death for the vitality of our health and lives.
San Diego’s restrictions on the number and location of cannabis dispensaries inhibit the economic vitality of existing commercial areas, and are counterproductive to the fundamental urban design goal to create safe and lively streets.
The next article in this series will demonstrate how artificial intelligence is converging with genetics and pharmaceuticals to transform how we approach longevity, aging, and vitality.
Then, as the atmosphere of the room surged back, tense with vitality, her mind leapt forward in welcome.
Further sign of vitality it never showed as the line was never made.
Let us suppose its first connection with vitality to be in the simplest form of animated matter—that of the protoplasm.
Such opinions, when rich in vitality and warmth of conviction, have a very important function to fulfil.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
It suffers from impaired vitality, and uncertain aim; two deadly sicknesses.

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