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  • I discovered that taking quick trips to the grocery, hardware store, library and ice cream parlor are all much more ennervating by bike.

    What Not to Do For Earth Day

  • It's very ennervating and it tends to keep that spirit of adventure in you.

    The thrill of the old fashioned pickup

  • Now the descendants of Paradise's first settlers would mature and develop their abilities free of the ennervating cocoon a comforting computer network could build for them.

    The I Inside

  • The heat emanating from his hard flesh spread quickly through hers, its warmth ennervating.

    Ride the Thunder

  • On the contrary a general feeling of depression seems to have set in, caused perhaps by the ennervating weather.

    Four Months Besieged The Story of Ladysmith

  • He has probably seen more than one example of young men of high birth, talents, and expectancies, ... sink under the burden of unsubdued tempers, licentious alliances, and ennervating indulgence ....

    The Works of Lord Byron: Letters and Journals. Vol. 2

  • PH8 is all about positive, ennervating balance: in life, fitness and style.

    "BANPC" via James Bow in Google Reader

  • "Iv coorse, low people like ye, Hinnissy, will kick because it's goin 'to cost ye more to indulge ye'er taste in ennervating luxuries.

    Mr. Dooley Says

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