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Thus it could hardly happen, that the majority of the Senate would feel any other complacency towards the object of an appointment than such as the appearances of merit might inspire, and the proofs of the want of it destroy.
If anything in this world could inspire me with fear," he remarked, "it would be the generosity of the Prince of Saxe Leinitzer.
There are two things which principally inspire mankind with care and love of their offspring, knowing it is their own, and what ought to be the object of their affection, neither of which can take place in this sort of community.
Their stories inspire me to appreciate every moment because you never know what might happen.
Her absolute faith in the power of an individual to change the world inspires me.