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  • There was nothing very surprising in that; but again, I was rather surprised, when he said, as if he were animated by a brilliant idea,— "Let’s go in!"
  • The crisp air, the sunlight, the movement on the river, and the moving river itself,—the road that ran with us, seeming to sympathize with us, animate us, and encourage us on,—freshened me with new hope.
  • True, I had no Avenger in my service now, but I was looked after by an inflammatory old female, assisted by an animated rag-bag whom she called her niece, and to keep a room secret from them would be to invite curiosity and exaggeration.

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  • The right to pursue happiness is the animating principle of capitalism.

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