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1, Take vigorous exercise for several hours a week.
2, The vigorous young plants grew fast.
3, Vigorous exercise increases oxygen consumption.
4, She gave the floor a vigorous sponge all over.
5, They conducted a vigorous campaign for a shorter working week.
6, Very vigorous exercise can increase the risk of heart attacks.
7, The vigorous pursuit of policies is no guarantee of success.
8, Your dog needs at least 20 minutes of vigorous exercise every day.
9, She made a vigorous speech in defence of her boyfriend.
10, Vigorous youth is subjected to rigorous discipline.
11, The measures provoked vigorous opposition in right-wing circles.
12, They took part in a vigorous army assault course.
13, He is yet in green vigorous senility.
14, The old man is still vigorous and lively.
15, Bamboo is a very vigorous grower.
16, Sir Robert was a strong and vigorous politician.
17, She was a very vigorous sort of person.
18, A healthy society promotes vigorous debate.
19, African dance is vigorous,(sentencedict.com)(http://sentencedict.com/vigorous.html) but full of subtlety.
20, He takes plenty of vigorous exercise.
21, We urge vigorous action to be taken immediately.
22, This plant is a vigorous grower.
23, The group is not vigorous enough in its opposition to the proposals.
24, Vigorous exercise will help to get rid of your spare tyre.
25, Vigorous efforts are being made to find a solution to the problem.
26, Vigorous action is needed to avert the danger of runaway inflation.
27, He uttered several vigorous expletives when he dropped the iron on his foot.
28, He collapsed following a vigorous exercise session at his home.
29, Cutting the bush back in the autumn will help promote vigorous growth in the spring.
30, It's a good idea to stretch before you take vigorous exercise.
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