that cultivates

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  • This is the feeling of a writer that cultivates literature with some object in view other than mere profit. Cited from Letters on International Copyright; Second Edition, by Henry C. Carey
  • He was in full training for the profession that cultivates literature for and upon literature, and neither for nor upon truth. Cited from Home Again, by George MacDonald
  • It is only the woman who does not feel secure of her personal charms that cultivates envy. Cited from Beverly of Graustark, George Barr McCutcheon
  • Rather than being simply an approach to improvisation, Amerta movement is a practice that cultivates an attitude towards life.
  • Perhaps you think it's money that cultivates the land, or weaves materials, or drags coal out of the earth? Cited from Pelle the Conqueror, by Martin Anderson Nexo
  • And that cultivates deceit, for I don't tell them I'm awake -- O no! Cited from The Yellow Wallpaper, by Charlotte Perkins Gilman2
  • Alessandru then began to live like the child, of a farmer that cultivates fields, from the things that he grew in the fields, providing food for others.
  • It is the school's commitment to provide students with a safe, positive, and challenging environment that cultivates Catholic faith and values.
  • The mission of the festival is not just to put on a hilarious show that cultivates new talent, but also to honor and showcase a well-known comedian.
  • The story follows Izuku's entrance into Yuuei High School, a school that cultivates the next generation of heroes.
  • One of the earliest drawings of a tall building that cultivates food for the purposes of consumption was published as early as Life Magazine 1909.
  • It is dedicated to providing student-centered, multi-religious, counter-oppressive graduate education that cultivates multi-religious life and learning, and creates just and sustainable communities.
  • It is dedicated to providing student-centered, multi-religious, counter-oppressive graduate and professional education that cultivates multi-religious life and learning, and creates just and sustainable communities.
  • The label has no branches outside of the United States, but it does have a sublabel, Orgone, that cultivates American talent.
  • The mission of Ravenwood is "to develop a community of learners that cultivates the intellect, ability, and character of each person within it."
  • 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.
  • In a large hut among these shades, with bananas waving their banner leaves over the smooth and well-swept yard in front, where the children play, lives the family that cultivates the garden. Cited from Concerning Animals and Other Matters, E.H. Aitken (AKA Edward Hamilton)
  • In its formal actions, the assembled devote sustained attention to an object, taking an experimental posture that cultivates generosity while resisting judgment and interpretation.
  • It is the only farm in the United States that cultivates peppadews, a pepper cultivar discovered in South Africa in 1996.
  • The Four Immeasurables are taught as a form of meditation that cultivates "wholesome attitudes towards all sentient beings."
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