- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of encourage.
“The title encourages timid believers to acknowledge their religious identity and also recognises that more and more British Christians are no longer prepared to tolerate taxpayer-funded suppression of the visible expressions of their religion.”
“In addition, the label encourages physicians to manage bleeding without discontinuing prasugrel as stop in treatment can increase the risk of subsequent cardiovascular events.”
“The label encourages and supports the music of the most innovative new voices on Broadway, to help bridge the gap between pop/rock and musicals, and to preserve the scores of important works.”
“Overlay the ST plan on any of these cities and it becomes clear that the ST plan doesn't reduce sprawl in encourages it.”
“Black Pain encourages us to face the truth about the issue that plunges our spirits into darkness, so that we can step into the healing light.”
“In these PC times does that mean that Palin encourages "terrorism" that to do what they did is in fact terrorism .... and you people like her? amazing. how about the tea party gets together to get rid of social security. thats the biggest handout and a waste of money. why should the feds tell me how to plan my retirement with regards to money?”
“I've been insulated from death, yet Samhain encourages me to face this difficult reality and make a place for it in my life.”
“Phillies win encourages long-suffering fans - USATODAY. com”
“Benjamin encourages us to think of what happens to tragedy in the Nietzschean story as a parable of what happens to philosophy in ours, or the philosophy for which he failed to secure academic recognition in his own lifetime.”
“I hope Senator McCain encourages everyone to wear sunscreen everytime they leave the house as well.”
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