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  • n. Plural form of vibrancy.


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  • Always by speaking out in novel and imaginative films and of course literature, that is targeted to all ages and types in the collective for especially the young are in continuous need of maturation that is both universal, and yet particular to each land and its own special unique measures of its deepest historical vibrancies.

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  • The door opened, not to the unique vibrancies of Mullins 'Planet, but to a lofty customs depot.

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  • "Improvisation," with its aeolian vibrancies, its light, bright surges of sound, sinking at the last into cradled restfulness.

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  • Cody Linley and Julianne Hough had the good opportunity to perform the energetic jive and showoff their youthful vibrancies.

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