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Use "vigors" in a sentence
"Because all these other things we've done -- even though the CRA, the Community Investment Act, is a nationwide law, it depends still in part on the vigors of the bankers in specific places."
"I have since become imbued with certain vigors of, shall we say, an animal-like power."
"The sunshine fell from them, too, in scales of light, danced around the spaces enveloping them along with the flecks of eagle-down that floated away from their bodies with the vigors of the dance, floating away from their dark warm bodies, and their jet-blue hair."