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Vitiated dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. Carnegie's preaching, in other words, is altogether vitiated by Mr.
  2. Although, with their minds vitiated by greed, they (the Kaurav).
  3. A conclusion warranted by the facts and by the apparent prospects may be vitiated by new developments.
  4. The renunciation which is vitiated by meditation upon and mental enjoyment of the thing renounced is not true renunciation.
  5. These figures alone are not sufficient; they may be completely vitiated by qualitative considerations of an opposite import.

  6. There was excellent blood in his veins—royal stuff; though sadly vitiated, I fear, by the cannibal propensity he nourished in his untutored youth.
  7. The older approach, centering upon the conception of a stable average earning power, appears to have been vitiated by the increasing instability of the typical business.
  8. His endless muttering monologue vitiated every effort I made to think out a line of action, and drove me at times, thus pent up and intensified, almost to the verge of craziness.
  9. Now we know only a few laws, and our result is vitiated, not, of course, by any confusion or irregularity in Nature, but by our ignorance of essential elements in the calculation.
  10. I’ll play my part in my village with what is left of my money; besides as life there is vitiated by caste prejudices and beset by religious superstitions, I shall try to open the village minds to rational thinking.
  11. They live among these horrors, seeing them and yet not seeing them, although often kind at heart—old men and women, young men and maidens, mothers and children—poor children who are being vitiated and trained into moral blindness.
  12. She would not voluntarily give unnecessary pain to any one, and though I may deceive myself, I cannot but think that for me, for my feelings, she would—Hers are faults of principle, Fanny; of blunted delicacy and a corrupted, vitiated mind.
  13. However, such a course of action could raise tax problems for Brewing, namely, a Section 531 problem on the unlawful retention of surplus, even though this probably would have been vitiated by Brewing’s plans to spend at least $38 million to construct a new facility in eastern Pennsylvania.
  14. While it is true that the original light fiber energy in food can be vitiated by disrespect anywhere along the line – in handling, processing, cooking, or eating – it is also true that light fiber energy, being more flexible than vitamins or proteins, can be restored to food by respecting it and treating it as sacred – by ritualizing the activities connected with it.

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