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Thence must issue those poignant darts that newly vivify the expiring embers of languishing love.'
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
Light—to vivify the stifling air, which died as this man was dying—as I should die—in blinding mirk!
LAZARREMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
The winds from the sea, southward blowing, unloaded their mists to vivify its ivy and myrtle.
THE PRINCE OF INDIA, VOLUME ILEW. WALLACE
So, also, it ought to vivify pantomime and accompany the stage pictures.
HOW TO LISTEN TO MUSIC, 7TH ED.HENRY EDWARD KREHBIEL
Turn back observantly into your own youth, and awaken, warm, and vivify the eternal youth of your mind.
THE STORY HOURNORA A. SMITH
It will vivify the play again, and make the characters live in your memory as mere reading never will.
PUBLIC SPEAKINGCLARENCE STRATTON
Must not the kindly warmth awaken and vivify the seed, in order that the stem may spring up and rejoice in the light?
CONFESSIONS OF AN INQUIRING SPIRITSAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
It cannot vivify one fraction of a summer field, or give names to half a dozen stars.
HOWARDS ENDE. M. FORSTER
Though these may be located in different parts, she does not divide as they do, she does not split up to vivify each individual.
PLOTINOS: COMPLETE WORKS, V. 1PLOTINOS (PLOTINUS)
It remained for slight, almost fragile, Maude Adams to vivify and give the character an enduring interpretation.
CHARLES FROHMAN: MANAGER AND MANISAAC FREDERICK MARCOSSON AND DANIEL FROHMAN

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