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  • v. Present participle of infuse.


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  • I coordinate a Sustainability Minor at the U of Minnesota and we believe in infusing sustainability (how we sustain ourselves into the future) into all disciplines.

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  • They are also great cowards, and succeeded in infusing into the minds of our two men fears of the journey beyond, dilating on the passes and rivers, especially the robbers who would be sure to prey upon us.

    With the Tibetans in Tent and Temple: Narrative of Four Years' Residence on the Tibetan Borders, and of a Journey into the Far Interior

  • The process of embalmment consisted in infusing a great quantity of resinous substances into the cavities of the body, after the intestines had been removed, and then a regulated degree of heat was applied to dry up the humors, as well as decompose the tarry materials which had been previously introduced.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • This optimistic reply of Bethmann's was obviously not only based on the idea of infusing more confidence in the future in us, but was also the true expression of a more favourable atmosphere prevailing, as

    Im Weltkriege. English

  • Romanelli, of the streetwear brand DRx, said the idea of infusing Beetle Bailey into fashion blended both professional curiosity and personal reminiscence. rss feed

  • I love the idea of infusing a drink with fir trees - it seems like the ultimate holiday cocktail.

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  • But as many Americans clearly sense, the idea of infusing the financial system with another huge amount of cash carries enormous risks. - News

  • FIGHT NIGHT: Renney started Blair Betts 'fourth line, which includes enforcer Colton Orr, with the idea of infusing some immediate energy into a team that played lethargically in its

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  • The first thing that comes to mind is the idea of infusing the practice of politics with moral thinking, or to put it more succinctly, of bringing the state (or the government, if you like) more in line with ethical principles and thought so as to make it more responsive to demands for redressing whatever inequalities still exist, or are perceived to exist, in a civil society.

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  • He didn't find it such a hard job "infusing" the measures, but when he came to the men all the usual machinery failed, and he had to get out a new patent battering-ram to wake them up.

    Punchinello, Volume 1, No. 20, August 13, 1870


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