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SYNO dynamism | energy | heartiness | ...
sila {f}vigour [Br.]
verva {f}vigour [Br.]
elán {m}vigour [Br.]
energia {f}vigour [Br.]
nasadenie {n} [sila, energia, elán]vigour [Br.]
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Usage Examples English
  • Both Onam and Christmas are celebrated with the same vigour by the people.
  • Kerner has a good vigour and generally it is grown on a medium vigorous rootstock like SO4.
  • It has been said that he restored for a brief period to the Church of Alexandria life and youthful vigour.
  • Hand-pollination experiments on wild populations near Perth showed that "Banksia ilicifolia" is self-compatible, although progeny produced have less vigour and seed production is reduced.
  • If heterozygosity is maintained or increased as a result, hybrid vigour and other production benefits occurring in the F1 generation will be maintained or increased.
  • Despite Adad-nirari's vigour, Assyria entered a several-decades-long period of weakness following his death.
  • Knight was succeeded by his deputy, Sir John King (later Lord King of Wartnaby), who proceeded, with some vigour, to dismantle most of the board's remaining activities.
  • He was entrusted with other offices calling for vigour of action and practical wisdom.
  • William Bell (1731 – 29 September 1816) was a Church of England minister who engaged with vigour in some of the theological controversies of his day.
  • Orchard trees require a rootstock with reduced vigour to allow them to remain small.
  • He also modelled a few portrait busts (Ferdinand VII., Rossini, the duchess of Alba), which are remarkable for their vigour and fidelity.
  • President Mugabe opened Parliament on 17 September 2013. On that occasion he vowed that "the indigenisation programme is to be pursued with renewed vigour".
  • It is a cultivar of medium-to-weak vigour, The stone is rounded at both ends, with a rough surface and a mucro.
  • Kamaraj remained Chief Minister for three consecutive terms, winning elections in 1957 and 1962. Kamaraj noticed that the Congress party was slowly losing its vigour.
  • "Filmink" said Dors was "full of life and vigour".
  • Couch died, in the full vigour of his powers, on 8 May 1863, aged [...] 47, leaving a widow and four children.
  • He acted as deputy for his father, [...] who was lord-lieutenant of Ireland, and in parliament he defended Ormond's Irish administration with great vigour.
  • Other warlike names include (39) BRANOGENI [...] – 'born of raven'; (428) TRENAGUSU [...] – 'strong of vigour'; and (504) BIVAIDONAS [...] – 'alive like fire'.
  • V. S. Apte provides fourteen different meanings for the Sanskrit word " [...] " (...) including breath or respiration; energy or vigour; the spirit or soul.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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