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to impart strength and confidence to

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give encouragement to

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Over the last few years, America's views on education have hearteningly shifted.
In Ophul's ideal world, an ecologically sensitive elite will order the rest of us about, keeping us alive--just barely--in hearteningly ascetic, egalitarian poverty.
Hearteningly, the peace process has survived all the pressures on it, and it must now overcome the outrage of Omagh.
Helen, the drinking man's crumpet and, hearteningly, a soccer nut, handled her hotly explicit scenes with cool expertise.
Yet, morale is hearteningly high, and I know from the many employee suggestions I see every day that our people are devoting their creative energies to helping U.
Mainly they lie low, ignore the abuse, and, occasionally, hearteningly, make a snappy come-back: "It was allegedly a female sportswriter who came up with a now-classic retort to a flasher," Nelson writes.
there's a hearteningly sentimental aspect to fans buying these albums as a permanent record of a gig (show) they never want to forget.
If that sounds like a hopeless task, the report makes hearteningly clear it's not.
And the solo quartet was hearteningly self-effacing, text and notes more important than ego.
Hearteningly, a key statistic from City Central BID's just-published annual review shows 96% of people questioned believe the city centre is a vibrant place, while 91% have confidence in its future.
Hearteningly, he began by setting out a strongly held conviction of the importance of a free press.
Hearteningly, the treatment provided by San Roque is not just for those with spare cash as its doctors also take on their fare share of pro bono work for the less well-heeled denizens of Gran Canaria.
Hearteningly, the appearance of a brolly-covered London bus lumbering around the arena in Boris Johnson's wake, bearing a white-haired guitarist with pensioner pass and an overdressed schoolgirl yelling her lungs out preached a powerful message: "Come to the London Olympics in 2012 and be driven slowly through the rain to the Beach Volleyball venue," it seemed to be saying.
Some of the performers prove hearteningly capable of making the somewhat flat dialogue ring, but nonetheless, the overall impression is that this is a fairly bloodless and mechanical production.
Hearteningly, Blues were back among the goals against Coventry City.