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How to use bliven in a sentence. Bliven pronunciation.

Hij gevoelt wel liefde voor SINTE GHEERTRUUT, doch het is hoofsche liefde: Ghestade te bliven in horen dienst Sonder enich dorperheit; De ridder in het volkslied is een type van gewone menschelijkheid; hij houdt van eten en drinken en tournooien en ledigt den beker tot den bodem; hij kan zijn hartstocht voor de schoone non tenauwernood bedwingen: als hij haar in het klooster eens niet mag zien of spreken, vreest hij dat zijn hart breken zal.
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The lady interviewer, Miss Augusta Blivens, had gone trembling into the presence of Harold Parmalee, to be instantly put at her ease by the young artist's simple, unaffected manner.
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When drawing a gallon of kerosene or refolding the shown dress goods, or at any task not requiring him to be genially talkative, he would be saying to Miss Augusta Blivens in far-off Hollywood, "Yes, my wife is more than a wife.
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Some six months later that representative magazine, Silver Screenings, emblazoned upon its front cover a promise that in the succeeding number would appear a profusely illustrated interview by Augusta Blivens with that rising young screen actor, Merton Gill.
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The poor idiot insists on Blivens, desiring to perpetuate the family monicker.
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Examples of Bliven

Example #1
Nergens blijkt dat zoo duidelijk als bij het eerste afscheid van den ridder, wanneer hij al zijn goed in den dienst van SINTE GHEERTRUUT heeft verteerd.
Example #2
Het is er HILDEGAERSBERCH van den aanvang af om te doen, zijnen hoorders de beteekenis van de Sint-Geerteminne uit te leggen; ook andere deelen der stof wenscht hij voor het verstand zijner hoorders aannemelijker te maken, zoo b.v.
Example #3
He chatted of his early struggles when he was only too glad to accept the few paltry hundreds of dollars a week that were offered him in minor parts; of his quick rise to eminence; of his unceasing effort to give the public something better and finer; of his love for the great out-of-doors; and of his daily flight to the little nest that sheltered his pal wife and the kiddies.
Example #4
For this was the screen artist whom Merton most envied, and whom he conceived himself most to resemble in feature.
Example #5
He lived in a vortex of mental confusion, performing his tasks mechanically.
Example #6
He must do up sugar and grind coffee and measure dress goods and match silks; he must with the suavest gentility ask if there would not be something else to-day; and he must see that babies hazardously left on counters did not roll off.