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  • Endow me with peace and harmony as I make this play.

    Fire The Sky

  • Endow us with courage that is born of loyalty to all that is noble and worthy, that scorns to compromise with vice and injustice and knows no fear when truth and right are in jeopardy.

    Hope Unseen

  • David Swensen, Yale's in-house investment guru, championed "News You Can Endow" as a solution for journalism.

    Rob Fishman: My Mother, the Future of Journalism

  • Endow your cyberbird with a certain tendency to vary its rules at random.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • Endow a wing of your favorite museum with a comprehensive overview of fashion history or launch your own research center to inspire the Faths of tomorrow.

    October 2006

  • Endow it with a capacity, not just to describe and to explain, but to predict.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • They prayed: “Endow them with continence and fruitfulness, and vouchsafe that their hearts may rejoice looking upon their sons and daughters.”

    Anna Karenina

  • Endow this mind with memory, and especially with the desire to dwell on the past; give it the faculty of dissociating and of distinguishing: it will no longer only note the present state of the passing reality; it will represent the passing as a change, and therefore as a contrast between what has been and what is.

    Evolution créatrice. English

  • Endow the San Reve with a personal interest, the more if that interest were one mixed of love and jealousy, and her reason, if that be its name, would go blind and deaf and lapse into the merest frenzy of insanity.

    The President A novel

  • Endow souls with new perceptions, and confer upon them new virtues.

    The Promulgation of Universal Peace

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