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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of vitalize.


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  • This is true, however, only of what may be called vitalized reading -- reading, not with the eyes alone, nor with the mind alone, but with the stored experiences of life, with the emotions that it has brought, with the attitudes toward men and things and ideas that it has given -- in a word, with imagination.

    Modern American Prose Selections

  • Thus, members of "vitalized" couples group had built strong character qualities and had integrated them inside themselves. 1

    A Mental Health Reader

  • Couples in the "vitalized" group were characterized as highly satisfied across nearly every dimension of their relationship, interacted well and constructively resolved difficulties.

    A Mental Health Reader

  • It presented the case that only 35 percent of participating couples were satisfied, and further that only nine percent of couples, or one in eleven, were in the top category of couples, across seven groupings, that were highly satisfied or "vitalized" across all dimensions.

    A Mental Health Reader

  • I remember being impressed that one critical descriptor that distinguished these "vitalized" couples from the other six categories was having built strong internal resources.

    A Mental Health Reader

  • Your skin should feel baby soft, slightly pink with color, and vitalized.

    Dr. Susanne Bennett: Detox Your Body: Bathing for Better Health

  • Here is some further information from the architects: Those elements are the creator of the project, the transitions between the landscape views giving the entrance from the north and the curved plan giving a vitalized focus towards the seaside in south.

    Modern Mountain Cottage in Quebec, by Blouin Tardif Architecture

  • My students, who spend so much time staring at screens and textbooks come home vitalized by the actual interaction with actual things.

    John Seed: When Appreciating Works of Art, Being There Is Always Best

  • The points (recommendations) made by Abbey, Lane, and Muratore (Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, Jan. 20, 2009) support a socially, economically, and politically relevant and re-vitalized NASA.

    Leroy Chiao Seeks Your Input - NASA Watch

  • Becoming creatively toned can lead to a breakthrough in parenting or relating to others, or it can make you feel vitalized and fully engaged in the mundane chores of the day.

    6 Techniques to Ignite Your Inner Creativity and Passion


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