poverty should engender an honest pride, that it may not lead and tempt us to unworthy actions,
He had found that among muffin-sellers there existed drunkenness, debauchery, and profligacy, which he attributed to the debasing nature of their employment as at present exercised; he had found the same vices among the poorer class of people who ought to be muffin consumers; and this he attributed to the despair engendered by their being placed beyond the reach of that nutritious article, which drove them to seek a false stimulant in intoxicating liquors.
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The police in Mexico don’t engender confidence.
The sincerity of her apology engendered forgiveness.