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  • v. Present participle of vitalise.


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  • G,day I find science fiction and its portrayal of new technologies to a re-vitalising hit in the arm to fiction.

    Science fiction as myth

  • “Father Cohen” carries out into the regions of the extreme his strictures on the one grand vitalising idea of Al – Islam, “There is no god but God;” 336 and his deduction concerning the

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Before the rains came thundering on the iron roof of our little hut, the washed-out and enfeebled town dweller who gave way to bitter reflections on the first evening of his new career, could hardly have been recognised, thanks to the robustious, wholesome effects of the free and vitalising life.

    The Confessions of a Beachcomber

  • It is surprising, too, that Byron, though he revelled in the sea, was also under a delusion as to the more vitalising element, for he fancied the scorching rays to be

    My Tropic Isle

  • The powerful, vitalising chant of commerce booms through the air; the wheat in India, the coffee in

    Shallow Soil

  • To obtain demonstration of the vitalising and nourishing principles in maritime sands under the effects of heat, light, and moisture, it is necessary to retrace our steps and walk round the sandspit to the transfigured and degenerate mouth of that once mangrove-creek known to the blacks by a name signifying that a boy once tethered in it a sucking fish (Remora).

    Tropic Days

  • Might not the marvel electricity or galvanism, in action on albumen, turn out to be the vitalising force?

    Australia Felix

  • He was getting energy back, sucking it out of his listeners, apparently, in great vitalising draughts.

    The Tiger in the Smoke

  • For that reason I am not discussing whether animism -- the vitalising of inanimate objects -- has an independent origin, or whether it is a mere extension of the ghost theory.

    Theism or Atheism The Great Alternative

  • That is a rousing, vitalising call: the very censure implies the possibility of better things.

    Problems of Immanence: studies critical and constructive


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