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Henry set to work with vigor, raised an army, and invaded France.
He pushed this work with vigor, and completed it in 1835.
As even the first movement was not finished, its author set to work with vigor.
Company "D" pursued their work with vigor, and sang with the broadest sarcasm "Home Again."
She was succeeded by Mrs. May Morgan McKoon, of Long Eddy, who has prosecuted the work with vigor until the present time.
As soon as he returned to the office, Nat went to work with vigor for over a week, to make up for the lost time.
Here, the flags flew, and here, on summer afternoons and evenings when the paper was working with vigor and grace, a string quartet sometimes played.
"Here, Randy, take hold of this seat and pull it back," ordered Jack; and between them they set to work with vigor.
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