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use "vitality" in a sentence

The Monad emanated the Nous (consciousness) from its "indeterminate" vitality due to the monad being so abundant that it overflowed back onto itself causing self reflection.

Statistics and points Each battle fought expends Vitality Points (VP) for the characters involved in the battle.

could cause death, so they emphasized quick, stabbing techniques to vital areas or between gaps in armor.

This is particularly vexing to him because Drizzt Do'Urden, his great nemesis, is an elf, and will likely remain young and vital long after age has stolen his fighting abilities and, eventually, caused him to pass away.

Johnson orders Raiden to kill him, as without President Johnson's vital signs then a nuclear strike cannot go ahead and authority transfers to the Vice President eliminating the terrorist threat.

The site known as ROF Chorley was vital in the Second World War and during that time over 40,000 people worked at the site.

Vireo took part in these operations from 30 July to 2 August, engaged in the vital support activities necessary to support the successful landings.

It serves the further and vital purpose of bringing rain to the Hopi's parched homeland.

The public played a vital role in fighting with British.

In the course of the years that the Little Pic River was vital to the Marathon Pulp and Paper company's operation, lumberjacks came in all shapes and sizes.

Anti-Semitism is the most vital problem of Romanian prosperity."

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