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In mass rallies, nationalist leaders used indigenous music to express and emotionalize the abstract concept of nation.
In fact, they have found a way to emotionalize every attraction to its fullest potential.
Where the latter is able, among other things, to stand for and emotionalize a general social phenomenon of poverty, victimization, and unemployment, the former seem to stand for little but their own eccentricity and the arbitrariness of the camp world in which they either sink or swim.
34) To read the oral narratives of these soldiers is not simply to emotionalize and glorify their experiences.
These ads also emotionalize our beer's high-quality reputation and German heritage in a hip and fashionable way.