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  • Away they jumped with more and more vigor, till Maggie’s hair flew from behind her ears, and twirled about like an animated mop.
  • They were presently fetched to spend the rest of the evening in the drawing-room, and Maggie became so animated with Mr. Stelling, who, she felt sure, admired her cleverness, that Tom was rather amazed and alarmed at her audacity.
  • "Oh, well," said Maggie, rather foiled by Luke’s unexpectedly decided views about Dutchmen, "perhaps you would like ’Animated Nature’ better; that’s not Dutchmen, you know, but elephants and kangaroos, and the civet-cat, and the sunfish, and a bird sitting on its tail,—I forget its name.

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  • She won an award for best animated cartoon.
  • The right to pursue happiness is the animating principle of capitalism.

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