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  • Daganoweda, whose name meant "Inexhaustible," was a most competent young chief.

    The Hunters of the Hills

  • Inexhaustible energy exists at the center of your being.

    Dennis Merritt Jones: Life Is a Stream That Sustains You, So Stay Connected!

  • Inexhaustible supply of finance of which there is never enough expended on “victims”.

    Minor Familar`s Dictionary

  • Inexhaustible, overworked and creepily overexposed Philip Seymour Hoffman plays the failed director of a mediocre community theater that is staging a disastrous production of Death of a Salesman nobody wants to see.

    Could Synecdoche, New York Be the Worst Movie Ever? Yes!

  • The house inspected, emissaries removed the Inexhaustible, who was shortly afterwards heard screaming among the rainbows; whereupon Bella withdrew herself from the presence and knowledge of gemplemorums, and the screaming ceased, and smiling Peace associated herself with that young olive branch.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • The Inexhaustible being produced, staring, and evidently intending a weak and washy smile shortly, no sooner beheld her, than it was stricken spasmodic and inconsolable.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • Inexhaustible, administering more punishment, ‘what do you take me for?’

    Our Mutual Friend

  • OM - You wear an Inexhaustible One as a crown for your dread locks

    Kalachakra Guru-Yoga in Conjunction with Six-Session Practice, Composed in a Facilitating Manner

  • Inexhaustible were the treasures of the memory and the fantasy of this old woman, who oftentimes, in slumber, appeared to the boy — now like the witch of the fairy-tales — only a kind and amiable old witch — now like the beautiful, all-wise

    The Man Who Was Afraid

  • Inexhaustible, inextinguishable, inextricable, they had turned the weaker sexual animal inside out and drove him to build cultural, political, and religious walls in order to contain their deep, roiling juices; walls so steep and rigid they still stood.

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

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