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“Impelled" (to use his own words) "by some propitious influence, he fixed in some happy moment upon Edmund”
“Impelled by a half-feigned fear, she stole away into the kitchen bedroom where Bert had died, to study her face in the bureau mirror.”
“Impelled by the blows that rained upon him, now from this side, now from that, White Fang swung back and forth like an erratic and jerky pendulum.”
“Impelled by curiosity purely boyish, he made up his mind to investigate.”
“Impelled by the wave of warm emotion that swept over him, he all but rushed in upon the lad.”
“Impelled by what Charles Taylor has described as the "ethics of inarticulacy," the”
“Impelled by a suspicion that proved to be thoroughly groundless, Mr. Samsa and the two women stepped out on the landing.”
“Impelled by a vision of a better world, she developed a system of education based on the principle that people learn best when they use their learning to achieve purposes that improve the world.”
“Impelled by the dangers he saw in the unfettered expansion of economic activity advocated by most economists he used his powers of persuasion in support of ‘steady state economics’ as an alternative to growth economics.”
“Impelled by aversion, not altogether unmixed with fear”
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