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Nor does misdescription of the note vitiate the notice unless the party to whom the notice is given is in fact misled thereby.
But the insertion by the payee of the words "interest" after the making of a note by authority of maker will not vitiate it.
Space forbids arguing this point, but the writer is confident it can be shown that this does not vitiate the process in the least.
The possibilities for contagion vitiate all proofs of the predisposition idea.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
This assumption would vitiate the promise of his coming made to our first parents.
It does not vitiate the sublimity of this world in the least that it is veiled by appearances, by error, by untruth.
And without such sympathy, these and a thousand other weaknesses and faults will certainly vitiate much of our Christian effort.
The fact of individual differences among the minds of men, does not vitiate the conception of a mind of society.
SOCIAL VALUEB. M. ANDERSON
We must not vitiate our children's minds with the superstition, that business is business, war is war, politics is politics.
THE SPIRIT OF JAPANSIR RABINDRANATH TAGORE
False views as to the reality and grounds of moral obligation weaken, vitiate and corrupt life.
THEORETICAL ETHICSMILTON VALENTINE

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