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1. Some lucky people are endowed with both brains and beauty.
2. be endowed with sth to naturally have a particular feature, quality, etc: She was endowed with intelligence and wit.
3. She is endowed with great musical ability.
4. The stones are believed to be endowed with magical powers.
5. You are endowed with wealth, good health and a lively intellect.
6. She's endowed with intelligence as well as beauty.
7. Hong Kong has been endowed with one of the finest natural harbors in the world.
8. Hong Kong has been endowed with one of the finest natural harbours in the world.
9. He is endowed with both intelligence and good looks.
10. The islands are well endowed with ponds, lakes and streams.
11. She was endowed with intelligence and wit.
12. Sardinia is generously endowed with prehistoric sites.
13. He was endowed with the spirit of self-sacrifice.
14. She was endowed with both good looks and brains.
15. She is endowed with great writing ability.
16. The cross is endowed with a special meaning for Christians.
17. Endo-wed with a prodigious memory, he remembered the names of old comrades, or evoked events dating back decades.
18. Is it endowed with some kind of abstract, almost Platonic existence, or is it seen in terms of its social context?
19. He is endowed with genius.
20. They were almost certainly endowed with highly developed sensory and intuitive powers seen only in the few remaining native tribes alive today.
21. To endow with personal qualities; personify.
22. Dog training can endow with a remarkable extent of contentment.
23. Its night doth He endow with darkness(Sentencedict.com), and its splendour doth He bring out (with light).
24. He can take a man or a nation, who has all the impotence of the worm, and by the invigoration of His own Spirit, He can endow with strength by which a noble mark is left upon the history of the time.
25. Then distribution according to work in the college should endow with new characteristics.
26. More or Less, made by MOMA in wisdom. We elaborate the concept, express the feelings, make the ordinary objects endow with the extraordinary vitality living with us.
27. When strengthening and implementing the burden of proof in parties, it must endow with them corresponding means, methods and procedural safeguard in investigation collection evidence.
28. Like this, any life time of prosperous and bright such as flower, fall anily lonesome become an autumn, toss about in the of leave thousand sorrow to endow with at the mid-night.
29. And, for my age, talk about the mystery of death, was extravagant and grotesque, is simply the young do not" die" taste, to endow with new words that" dead".
30. A just procedure demands to listen to the suggestion of litigants, so it is a reasonable choice to endow with litigants the right to ask for a hearing procedure.
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