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You'll feel powerful, especially when your voice alone can make a roomful of pens and laptops quicken into life.
It helps quicken the ability to mimic without mastering concepts.
If he tried to raise the nose, the effect would be exactly the opposite: the turn would quicken, steepening the descent.
The old shell is an excellent source of minerals, so the lobster eats some of it to quicken the hardening of the new one.
She has a lot of pain from arthritis so will now try his quicken.
They demand thought and they serve to quicken the conscience and enlist our sense of responsibility for their settlement.
To quicken their watchfulness he promised rewards to the coast-guard patrol.
Runners who abbreviate their stride try instinctively to quicken their pace to compensate.
Suddenly in seemingly every storefront are wonderful handbags that quicken the pulse and promise to add dash to any wardrobe.
All this, it seemed to me, could only sharpen my eye and quicken my ear.
The program selects individuals early in their unemployment and offers services that may quicken their reemployment.

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