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Use "nerving" in a sentence
"First, that Summorum Pontificum has clearly been of vital importance in nerving even those parts of the world episcopate less than fully sympathetic towards the 1962 Missal to reassert the continuity of orthodox Catholic teaching on human salvation - a teaching that the traditional liturgy presents without ambiguity, and indeed with unsurpassed beauty and clarity."
"'nerving' or 'unnerving,' and it was not until 1823, at the suggestion of Dr. George Pearson, that Percival introduced the word _neurotomy_ to signify the operation with which we are now about to deal."
"For behind him, nerving him to this belief, were profounder forces than any the crowded house dreamed."