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If they borrow from others, they assimilate the information, and thus vitalize it before giving it out again.
ELEMENTARY GUIDE TO LITERARY CRITICISMF. V. N. PAINTER
It is a plain question of your ability to choose, arrange and vitalize things.
ATLANTIC CLASSICSVARIOUS
The true distribution would require that each man should possess what goods he could animate and vitalize.
ATLANTIC CLASSICSVARIOUS
The deeds of the Canadian army in this World War will vitalize the pages of the nation's history in all the years-to-be.
THE STORY OF THE GREAT WAR, VOLUME VIII (OF VIII)VARIOUS
It is seeking to vitalize our good impulses and render them effective by acting on them whenever opportunity offers.
THE MIND AND ITS EDUCATIONGEORGE HERBERT BETTS
Lectures, especially demonstration lectures, are needed to vitalize and inspire.
COLLEGE TEACHINGPAUL KLAPPER
The indications are, to improve the secretions, vitalize the blood, and sustain the living powers.
THE AMERICAN REFORMED CATTLE DOCTORGEORGE DADD
There was a spiritual atmosphere in the place that did not vitalize her blood.
CAST ADRIFTT. S. ARTHUR
We are forced to feel that the playwright was working on the lines of a legend he did not understand and could not vitalize.
RENAISSANCE IN ITALY: ITALIAN LITERATUREJOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS
The singer must never forget that his mission is to vitalize text with tone.
RESONANCE IN SINGING AND SPEAKINGTHOMAS FILLEBROWN

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