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1 He seems never to lose his youthful vigour.
2 Instead, its leaders have attacked the tribunal with growing vigour, accusing it of being an American tool and of ignoring purported evidence of Israel's hand in the killings.
3 She smells of vigour of youth.
4 I cannot hope to have reproduced adequately all the vigour and force of his style, the subtlety of his distinctions, or the shrewdness of his mother-wit.
5 Anxious to prevent protests that might steal headlines from the glories of Chinese modernist architecture or athletic prowess, the authorities have hounded dissidents with more than usual vigour.
6 Feeling after playing cannot be better. I brim over with vigour, hope and seem to be powerful and courageous enough to handle all difficulties supervened.
7 Such snooping is possible because each key produces a characteristic click, shaped by its position on the keyboard, the vigour and hand position of the typist, and the type of keyboard used.
8 The job of reconciling tribal factions in post-Qaddafi Libya is likely to be contested with equal vigour.
9 It dazzled with vigour, driving away darkness, cold, and misery from the earth, and bring light, warmth, and happiness to men.
10 Insects and pathogens are integral components of forest ecosystems and normally are present at a relatively low density, causing little damage, and having negligible impact on tree growth and vigour.
11 Lyly's witty dialogue inspired him, and with vigour unknown to Lyly he wrote Love's Labours Lost, a fantasy of which the subject and the style appealed to the cultured section of the public.
12 The very law that condemned her- a giant of stern features, but with vigour to support, as well as to annihilate, in his iron arm- had held her up, through the terrible ordeal of her ignominy.
13 They point to new mobile-phone subscriptions, which are running at a higher monthly rate than in China, as evidence of their economy's vigour and modernity.
14 And once a company loses its youthful vigour, it behoves the founder to leave, watch it suffer, then return as saviour.
15 At least, thought many, Mr Berlusconi might bring entrepreneurial vigour to government; his ribald comments about women were, well, part of being an Italian male.
16 each was graded on their overall performance, five 'handshake raters' also marked them on their grip, strength, duration, vigour and eye contact.
17 WHO is optimistic that the outbreak can be controlled if present activities continue with sufficient vigour.
18 The luminary was a golden-haired, beaming, mild-eyed, God-like creature, gazing down in the vigour and intentness of youth upon an earth that was brimming with interest for him.
19 Now 80, Mr Cooper's vigour is undimmed.
20 As Messrs Bloomberg and Schumer see it, this has upset the "almost exquisite balance between regulation and entrepreneurial vigour" that helped America thrive in the last quarter of the 20th century.
21 Her body seemed to be pouring some of its youth and vigour into his.
22 He might as well plant an oak in a flowerpot, and expect it to thrive, as imagine he can restore her to vigour in the soil of his shallow CARES!
23 Instead, there is the prospect of the youth and vigour of the southern Mediterranean combining with a rich, ageing north.
24 The exception indicated the ever relentless vigour with which society frowned upon her sin.
25 Stockmarket investors are already worried that problems in the housing market are sapping the economy's vigour.
26 But it looks as if science is having more luck restoring the hairs of the ears to youthful vigour than it is with the hairs of the head.
27 decline in vigour with the passing of time is called ageing.
28 Yet roguery can be a power for good: when the public interest demands, British hacks burn bridges and attack with rare vigour.
29 Would a French company have been pursued with such vigour?
30 The report suggests that WHO responded with insufficient vigour to criticism that questioned its integrity.