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  • Unknown sages had invented rimes which enabled them to memorize.
  • They just want to get the knowledge that’ll enable them to cash in.
  • "Mart, my son," he roared, "do you realize that in this, what some might call a sordid task, we are learning things that will enable us to heal the bodies and comfort the souls of countless lost unhappy folks?"
  • But no matter what they thought, they all ground at learning the lists of names which enable a man to crawl through examinations and become an Educated Person, with a market value of five dollars an hour.
  • When she first sat at the steering wheel, when she moved the hand-throttle with her little finger and felt in her own hands all this power, sorcery enabling her to go as fast as she might desire (within distinct limits), she transcended human strength, she felt that she could fly like the wild goose—and then in a stretch of sand she killed the engine.
  • "I have let you alone, Dr. Gottlieb," said Tubbs, "but, hang it, I am the Director! And I must say that, perhaps owing to my signal stupidity, I fail to see the horrors of enabling Arrowsmith to cure thousands of suffering persons and to become a man of weight and esteem!" Gottlieb took it to Ross McGurk.
  • The dread of Watters’s patronage enabled Martin to lie vigorously: "Awfully sorry—awfully sorry—got a date for tomorrow evening and the next evening.

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  • The test enables earlier identification of autism.
  • We hope the law will enable consumers to better understand loan expenses.

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