...sparks rain on it in scattering bursts as though they engendered other sparks from the contact.
She is looking out the window, at Cash stooping steadily at the board in the failing light, laboring on toward darkness and into it as though the stroking of the saw illumined its own motion, board and saw engendered.
Then it topples forward, gaining momentum, revealing Jewel and the sparks raining on him too in engendering gusts, so that he appears to be enclosed in a thin nimbus of fire.
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The police in Mexico don’t engender confidence.
The sincerity of her apology engendered forgiveness.