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  • v. Present participle of enrichen.


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  • So I'm trying show these human beings have stories that are really enrichening to not only people in the United States, but to the larger picture of what war does.

    Christian Avard: Mothers and Soldiers: Healing the Bonds Destroyed by War

  • If we ignore distinctions in meaning, do we not end up impoverishing the written culture rather than enrichening it?

    Archive 2008-04-20

  • Further enrichening the coffers of those who don't need it.


  • After 4 days of enrichening the congress and to enlighten us a little more on the new international economic order, what is your view and your ideas about implementing it today.


  • From the point of the hill one could see the adjoining country unrolled like a map, olive heights melting into emerald valleys, bare clearings into luxuriant crops, running a chromatic scale from the dry old battlefields surrounding Kingsborough to the arable "bottoms" beside the enrichening river.

    The Voice of the People

  • Is this a contradiction of the nomology in which spirits can be stolen from trees and bound into automobiles, or an enrichening of it?)

    Archive 2008-02-01


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