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  • It professes human good; it cultivates personal good, family good, community good, or, at the largest, national good. Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol. 4, No. 1, July, 1863, by Various
  • Each race prefers the music it cultivates, and finds fault with the music of other races. Cited from Pausanias, the Spartan, by Lord Lytton
  • It cultivates in them the desired military spirit. Cited from Woman as Decoration, by Emily Burbank
  • It cultivates close relationships with public schools and frequently has students in for art viewing, hands-on art-making events, and summer art camps.
  • It cultivates the imagination, and in this respect is far better than the pulpit. Cited from Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume VIII, by Robert Green Ingersoll
  • He regards it as cultivating universal love: as a practical fact it cultivates much rather universal fear. Cited from Auguste Comte and Positivism, by John Stuart Mill
  • It can hardly be made much of a charge against French democracy that it tolerates unscientific opinion, so long as it cultivates scientific practice. Cited from Studies in Literature, by John Morley
  • Observe next, that a great superiority of science over language as a means of discipline, is, that it cultivates the judgment. Cited from Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects, by Herbert Spencer
  • Letter writing cultivates the habit of study; it cultivates the mind, the heart, and stimulates self-improvement in general. Cited from Searchlights on Health, by B. G. Jefferis and J. L. Nichols
  • The study shows how the values and attitudes of an increasingly aged society change, what kind of lifestyle it cultivates and what makes the "gold generation" happy.
  • It does not withdraw us from our fellow feeling with our brethren, it cultivates no isolation for undisturbed beholding of God. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: St. Mark, Maclaren
  • It cultivates a broad donor base of individuals, couples, and businesses interested in supporting regional LGBT communities.
  • It cultivates flunkeyism and servility, while operating as a restraint upon the manly expression of opinion. Cited from The Land-War In Ireland (1870), by James Godkin
  • It cultivates the taste, it elevates the mind, it nurses the soul with the word of life, and it has inspired the best productions of human genius. Cited from Handbook of Universal Literature,A. C. Lynch Botta
  • While this conduct may safely terminate with the wedding day, yet it cultivates the tendency which often results in excessive indulgencies after the honey-moon is over. Cited from Searchlights on Health, by B. G. Jefferis and J. L. Nichols
  • It cultivates and delights the imagination and the taste of men. Cited from English Literature, by Henry Coppee
  • In a well-organized entirety, it cultivates and improves itself automatically. Cited from Light, by Henri Barbusse [Tr.: Fitzwater Wray]
  • It cultivates concentration and relaxation at the same time.
  • It cultivates a species of crustose brown algae in a "garden".
  • Process use represents much of the rationale or logic underlying EE in practice, because it cultivates ownership by placing the approach in community and staff members' hands.
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