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use "cultivate" in a sentence

That Onda would win an award as best Latin album reveals Tjader's expertise and his ability to cultivate the same in his band.

The families of the farmers who are to cultivate the rice in these paddies must be in perfect health.

Hindus generally choose one concept of
the large, thick wing as the main culprit, and designed an entirely new smaller and thinner wing with an elliptical planform.

Two different versions of the formal pardon exist; in one, the culprit is identified as "François des Loges, autrement dit Villon" ("François des Loges, otherwise called Villon"), in the other as "François de Montcorbier." White is certain that the culprit was Captain Black and realises that Flight 104 has been hijacked by the Mysterons.

Ji-eun confessed that she was the culprit who caused Hee-jung's scandal of changing bills, for the love of Young-min.

Although the FBI had the three robbers in custody, they concluded that the men didn't have the intelligence or initiative to pull off such a heist and began searching for a culprit.

Mark revealed he was the culprit and Wayne was released an innocent person.

The user must place these pieces, which just happen to form a perfect profile shot of the culprit, together in a wanted poster located in the bottom left corner of the GizmoTapper.

Gene and the others then turn up at the house in the nick of time and apprehend the culprit.

With this revelation, Hercules and Iolaus come back to life, they had only faked their death in order for Xena to find the real culprit.

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