1 The terrible spectacle of created things developed tenderness in him; he was occupied only in finding for himself, and in inspiring others with the best way to compassionate and relieve.
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2 Fantine did not murmur; she feared that she had injured by her too passionate lamentations the confidence which she was desirous of inspiring, and she began to talk of indifferent things.
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3 Bonacieux, having always lived among her husband's friends--people little capable of inspiring any sentiment whatever in a young woman whose heart was above her position--Mme.
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4 Our readers already know how he was recognized by d'Artagnan, and how that recognition by inspiring fear in the four Musketeers had given fresh activity to their journey.
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5 He never faltered, he seldom complained; he simply worked, inspiring the young, rebuking the old, helping the weak, guiding the strong.
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6 I learned there for the first time some of its value, not only in keeping the body healthy, but in inspiring self-respect and promoting virtue.
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7 There is a physical and mental and spiritual enjoyment that comes from a consciousness of being the absolute master of one's work, in all its details, that is very satisfactory and inspiring.
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8 AT THE UNIVERSITY I had the good fortune to come immediately under the influence of a brilliant and inspiring young scholar.
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9 She played very well, keeping excellent waltz time and infusing an expression into the strains which was indeed inspiring.
10 Miss Bingley immediately fixed her eyes on his face, and desired he would tell her what lady had the credit of inspiring such reflections.
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11 It's not inspiring, but then I don't ask to be inspired.
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12 When he did happen to do so, his shooting was something so infallible as to inspire terror.
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13 "God will inspire us," said he.
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14 The joy which we inspire has this charming property, that, far from growing meagre, like all reflections, it returns to us more radiant than ever.
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15 It is very natural that you should make a little row when you find yourself with persons who don't inspire you with sufficient confidence.
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