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  • These virtues awakened Confidence, and enabled you to handle Bigger Propositions.
  • Anyway, I don’t keep a car just to enable you children to look like millionaires!
  • Babbitt was again without a canon which would enable him to speak with authority.
  • It made him feel superior; it enabled him to sneer privily at the Martin Lumsen development, Avonlea, which had a cesspool; and it provided a chorus for the full-page advertisements in which he announced the beauty, convenience, cheapness, and supererogatory healthfulness of Glen Oriole.
  • These authors—and he supposed they were famous ones, too—did not seem to care about telling a good story which would enable a fellow to forget his troubles.

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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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