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- v. Present participle of animate.
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- adj. Causing animation; life-giving; inspiriting; rousing.
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- adj. giving spirit and vivacity
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Walt Disney has done devilishly well in animating evil incarnate at the climax of the film.
The creative ad shows ground people animating from the sky.
Particularly animating is the locust simile, with its vivid specificity — “underground,” “seventeen-year” — and its concreteness (unique in this argument about abstractions).
It also appears at the Stella Artois website, where clips and credits for the whole award-winning series (click the advertising link) are archived, and at Glassworks, who did remarkable work in animating the aerial dogfights and smoke.
Should I succeed in animating it, Life and Death would appear to me as ideal bounds, which I shall break through and pour a torrent of light into our dark world.
Hopeless, and almost desperate, twenty times have I flung away my pen; – but the feelings of a mother, a mother agonizing for the fate of her child, again animating my courage, as often I have resumed it.
1 - Again animating organic objects 'human - animal - creatures with flesh and muscles are harder than animating objects that have no rule of movements like robots ….
12: 2, 3; 2 Maccabees 7: 9, 14, 23, shows the fruit of this prophecy in animating the Maccabean mother and her sons to brave death, while confessing the resurrection in words like those here.
When you execute a public official because you think he’s a racist, but then even the Black Panthers denounce your act as a “brutal and senseless murder,” it’s fair to say that your radicalism, despite its fervor, lacks a certain animating intelligence.
It was then that we came up with the idea of animating the robberies.