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  • Paris in small it is, and cultivates its people. Cited from Faust, by Goethe
  • The aquarium also cultivates its own live coral, some of which can be seen on this large reef.
  • Knesebeck actively cultivates its traditions such as its music, sports clubs, cultural events and ecclesiastic life.
  • All attempts to cultivate its lands are uprooted by the Israeli Lands Administration.
  • Cope attempts to "teach" the program by feeding back so that it can cultivate its own "personal" style.
  • USTC set up the first graduate school in China in 1978 to effectively cultivate its postgraduate students.
  • She also founded the herbarium there in the same year and began to cultivate its collection of regional plant life, which includes important type specimens from Northern Cape.
  • I determined to make its life a grand experiment; to preserve and cultivate its native intuitions -- the germ of the power of direct communication. Cited from The Master of Silence, by Irving Bacheller
  • Mario Prada, founder of Prada was even born here, helping to cultivate its position as a world fashion capital.
  • Marala-Ravi Link Canal passes near it and used to cultivate its fertile land.
  • The Warsaw University of Technology still cultivates its traditions.
  • The Division of Structures and Materials continues to maintain and cultivate its strong links with the infrastructural industry and academic and research institutions both within and outside the country.
  • Thus, it is not willed to make laziness universal, and a rational being has imperfect duty to cultivate its talents.
  • In December 2010, Aker Solutions announced a decision to cultivate its core businesses.
  • Cultivates its own vineyard and cultured race dogs.
  • Each family cultivates its own patch of land, selecting it by arrangement with other families, and works as large an area as the strength and number of the roomhold permits. Cited from The Pagan Tribes of Borneo, by Hose & McDougall
  • Highlights: USTC set up the first graduate school in China in 1978 to effectively cultivate its postgraduate students.
  • She investigates the status of contemporary Arab art and cultivate its independence from Western art and its distinction from other Middle Eastern and Islamic identities.
  • Construction and elaboration of the levee system was critical to the state's ability to cultivate its commodity crops of cotton and sugar cane.
  • By and large, however, he believed that an American musical style, composed by American artists, would come to be respected and revered if only America would embrace and cultivate its own native artists.