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Where thought and love are active—thought the formative power, love the vitalizing—there can be no sadness.
No distributing business could hope to become established in the West or South without vitalizing this section of the law.
Can human beings afford to throw away a vitalizing force so pungent, so exhilarating?
It contains a vitalizing element which chemistry has not yet been adequate to detect.
But by some means the vitalizing dust seemed to have been conveyed.
RIVERBYJOHN BURROUGHS
The vitalizing union provides incentives that enrich both character and ambition.
Altogether she was a decidedly vitalizing influence, an influence that was, I began to admit to myself, a good one for me.
KENT KNOWLES: QUAHAUGJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
We start my new electro-magnetic machine, and give Anna an electric shock, in the hope of its vitalizing her enfeebled nerves.
Nothing but new lessons, daily mastered, can keep our testimony fresh and vitalizing and enable us to give advance lessons.
GEORGE MULLER OF BRISTOLARTHUR T. PIERSON
Dramatization is not commonly recognized as a means of vitalizing the religious education of children.
THE DRAMATIZATION OF BIBLE STORIESELIZABETH ERWIN MILLER LOBINGIER

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