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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of energise.


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  • But at the same time – the assurance from a beta reader that I have a good piece, energises me to keep working at it.

    The Harshest Critic « Write Anything

  • The Socialist prime minister proposed "a pact based on three main points - education, the generation of employment for young people and the development of an infrastructure that energises the social and economic fabric of the countries of origin."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "They are talking directly with schools, showing teachers, students, parents and communities how amateur radio energises youngsters about science technology and learning," said Hartlett

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I'm not opposed to hope, of course, but it's something that inspires and energises, not something on which to base decisions.


  • I have partied with Danny on many levels, and the fact of hard-core celebration on his birthday doesnt suprise me, it energises his life thru me. and as for his lady friend, I am channeling all the energy I have in this world to bring her down.

    Where did this story go wrong?

  • My best girlfriend and I are like that: she has a different view of many things but it energises the relationship.

    Who are you?

  • Finally, once this has happened, the prophet comes into his own through the articulation of the new possibilities, which energises the new community.

    Prophecy and Peak Oil

  • Pharmacology of Stellenbosch University's Faculty of Medicine have developed an affordable, non-toxic, remedy which energises the human immune system to the extent that the body can combat the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A patent which he took out in the U.S.A. in 1890 ultimately led to the design of the humble ignition coil which energises billions and billions of spark plugs in all the motor cars of the world.

    The Dawn of Amateur Radio in the U.K. and Greece: a personal view

  • The only kind of emotion worthy of a poet is the inspirational emotion which energises and strengthens, and which is very remote from the everyday emotion of sloppiness and sentiment ....

    Ezra Pound: His Metric and Poetry


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