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to give courage to; to inspire with courage, spirit, or hope; to raise, or to increase, the confidence of; to animate; enhearten; to incite; to help forward; the opposite of discourage. David encouraged himself in the lord. (1 sam. Xxx. 6)

Synonym: to embolden, inspirit, animate, enhearten, hearten, incite, cheer, urge, impel, stimulate, instigate, countenance, comfort, promote, advance, forward, strengthen.

Origin: f. Encourager; pref. En- (L. In) _ courage courage. See Courage.

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... :lol: What would that change? Would you act nicer in front of me, not arguing with me? Surely, being a hidden mod encourages the member to respond as if being attacked by a mere "member", and not as he might if he were being attacked or prodded by a member ...

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Tue Nov 08, 2011 2:34 pm
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Re: Is talent inherited?

... of five years.. he cannot become a master jus by drawing a stroke on a sheet of paper...he certainly needs practice and the environment which encourages him

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by rapula
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Topic: Is talent inherited?
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Re: what causes enlarged small-groups to break up?

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Topic: what causes enlarged small-groups to break up?
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How does a Sugar's Structure Affect Rate of Fermentation?

sugar is food for yeast. And it encourages them to produce carbon dioxide. So sugar would encourage the yeast ferment faster, thus producing more carbon dioxide.

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