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  • This mode of preaching, I think, cannot exist unless a minister cultivates an individual knowledge of his people. Cited from Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands V2, by H. Stowe
  • Rather than being simply an approach to improvisation, Amerta movement is a practice that cultivates an attitude towards life.
  • Because we so strongly equate seeing with knowing, video cultivates an inaccurate impression that we are getting the "full picture."
  • No one suspects Stark of being Iron Man as he cultivates an image as a rich playboy and industrialist.
  • He cultivates an Acquaintance with the Misanthrope, who favours him with a short Sketch of his own History. Cited from The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle, Smollett
  • He currently works with zebrafish in the field of evolutionary developmental biology and cultivates an interest in cephalopods.
  • She had often been called "man-woman" by the boys in grade school and nowadays she cultivates an androgynous image of herself, for which she had been compared to Grace Jones.
  • Solar Scholars sm is a first in the nation education initiative that cultivates an understanding and passion for sustainable energy technologies in college professors and students.
  • As he grows up, he also cultivates an impassive facial expression that Nefret Emerson calls his "stone pharaoh" face.
  • The roji generally cultivates an air of simplicity.
  • More than all that, I am not a bargain sale prince with Christmas tree aspirations, but a very unamiable devil who cultivates an ambition to throw stones at the conventions. Cited from The Prince of Graustark, by G. B. McCutcheon
  • Fairweather is a competent but cynical former British officer in his early forties, who leaves the service under a cloud, turns landscape painter and cultivates an air of worldly detachment.
  • Her husband had struck him as a characteristic specimen of the kind of American as to whom one is not quite clear whether he lives in Europe in order to cultivate an art, or cultivates an art as a pretext for living in Europe. Cited from The Reef, by Edith Wharton
  • The organization cultivates an extensive network of contacts and relationships within the U.S. and Taiwan governments, as well as within the private sector and among non-government organizations with an interest in Taiwan.
  • This social intercourse is highly promotive of a general amity, as it cultivates an intimacy which at once familiarizes every one with the feelings, situation, and intentions of the other. Cited from The Memories of Fifty Years, by William H. Sparks
  • This is a 7-8-month programme that cultivates an entrepreneurial mindset, and develops leadership and management skills.
  • What then are we to make of hackerdom, which is themed around extremely low-context interaction with computers and exhibits primarily "low-context" values, but cultivates an almost absurdly high-context slang style? Cited from The Hackers' Dictionary of Computer Jargon
  • McGee purposely cultivates an image of being uncoordinated, shambling, and clumsy, but has superb reflexes and muscle memory.
  • The Mahabharata narrates that Kalmashapada cultivates an intense hatred for Vashishtha and his sons.
  • Jarlaxle deliberately cultivates an air of mystery about himself, keeping his actions unpredictable so that even his closest advisors in Bregan D'aerthe are often kept off-balance and guessing as to his next move.
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