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I pray you, let us all enhearten one another, and bestir ourselves to purify it [our tongue].
It attempts to make life normal, good and wholesome, to satisfy their needs whatever they may be, to soothe, to comfort and enhearten them, to interpret as far as we are able the high tasks that the war has made ours.
The rich and complex wines from original European sites continue to kindle the Havens' love for fine wine and enhearten their work to produce it.