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1. If we imbibe this quality, we regard and respect the.
2. The children must imbibe it in the context of helping loved.
3. By extension, such notion would appear to encourage students to imbibe poor study habits.
4. It should flow at a logical pace so that the audience can follow, understand and imbibe the speech.
5. Instead, they preferred to imbibe the theory of the Court that the Hindu character and the Muslim identity are things apart.
6. Say, when you speak about Bhopal Gas Tragedy you have to imbibe emotional overtones in your speech, otherwise the audience won’t be able to connect.
7. I do not willingly enter into arithmetical explanations with an artist like you, who fears to enter my study lest she should imbibe disagreeable or anti-poetic impressions and sensations.

8. The scout and his companions listened to this simple explanation with the interest of men who imbibe new ideas, at the same time that they get rid of old ones, which had proved disagreeable inmates.
9. But the bane of the closed Islamic societies is that there cannot be any contrary view of life than the pro Quran-hadith-sunna dogma, as all the Musalmans share common beliefs and imbibe the same prejudices.
10. So the Musalman zealots would imbibe those very ideas to take their religious separateness to the frontiers of intolerant exclusivity, and inherent in their psyche is the need to uphold the primacy of their faith above all else.
11. Some reasonable term ought to be allowed to enable aliens to get rid for foreign and acquire American attachments; to learn the principles and imbibe the spirit of our government; and to admit of a probability at least, of their feeling a real interest in our affairs.
12. But then, even now do we really care for, much less value, our men in the uniform as we should be doing? Wish the Hindus, instead of gloating over the wisdom of the Upanishads that they fail to imbibe, any way, would try to develop a historical sense of their cultural aberrations for a social course correction.
13. What was the guarantee that her debauchery could be confined to a one-night stand to be put behind in due course? What if Vivek were to insist on an encore every time? Would Gautam be able to put his foot down, at least till the contracts were signed? By then, wouldn’t she have crossed the lakshman rekha of her fidelity? Who knew, she might find it difficult to imbibe Sita’s psyche after all that.
14. Their depravities and the disparities are real but the Indian Musalmans don’t seem to mind as long as Islam is not in danger, and egging on them to remain that way are their Hindu detractors in their pseudo-secular garbs, who routinely shed crocodile tears to score Brownie ‘secular’ points; if the Musalmans were to imbibe liberal attitudes, of what relevance could be the pseudo-secular platitudes of the media savvy Satan’s?
1. He sat for a while imbibing tepid foam.
2. The imbibing of hair care products was new to me.
3. Her eyes started to water and the sheer pleasure of imbibing the pure liquid made her feel giddy.
4. At this late stage, I find myself wondering just what our teenagers are imbibing during their so-called years of education.
5. After imbibing several vodkas in a bid to impress the Russian, he suddenly broke out with an old German marching song, much to the surprise of diners near by.
6. The men jacked the lid off the barrel, imbibing began, the pile of wood was set on fire, an Alabaman transformed a huge can into a drum, and inebriated men began dancing.
7. Tradition, copious imbibing of the precepts of bishops, were impelling her towards that action frequently fatal to the permanent peace of families, the making of a clean breast.
8. He knew he had spent the vastly greater portion of the previous evening drinking with the eccentric man, as well as imbibing before and after they simultaneously gulped down full tankards.
9. Twenty above the limit and the occasional flash of siren saw him in Wellsford relieving nature and imbibing a vital supply of caffeine at a watering hole regular to him whenever he ventured north up State highway 1.
10. Clegg would have been a lucky man if he had been able to ride on the same plateau of bliss Delmage experienced when cradling the three hundred year old instrument to his cheek; when drawing the bow across its strings, when imbibing the mellow tones resonated by the even density of its spruce and willow construction.
11. But how the Musalmans are to progress in modern times without imbibing the process of inquiry that is so essential to acquire knowledge and wisdom? It is this trap of belief into which Musalmans are born and there is no reformist around any more, after Kemal Ataturk the Great to extricate them out of the Islamic mire.
12. All these religious abominations, are, sadly, current today, but it is hoped that spiritual common-sense and awareness, guided by a conscious spiritual truth from meditation and informed knowledge will prevail throughout the globe, blowing away hate and disharmony and imbibing a new tide of peace, inclusiveness and harmony across humanity.
13. Relief through personal acceptance, compassion and reconciliation may prevail when Self is able to decide to choose to disabuse Self’s denial of Self’s intrinsic spiritual existence, imbibing the independent and sovereign Self to live life that effectively flows outwards from within as a result of Self consciously ‘centering’ Self.
14. So that there are instances among them of men, who, named with Scripture names—a singularly common fashion on the island—and in childhood naturally imbibing the stately dramatic thee and thou of the Quaker idiom; still, from the audacious, daring, and boundless adventure of their subsequent lives, strangely blend with these unoutgrown peculiarities, a thousand bold dashes of character, not unworthy a Scandinavian sea-king, or a poetical Pagan Roman.
15. We all know and cannot help knowing—even though we may never have heard the idea clearly expressed, may never have read of it, and may never have put it into words, still through unconsciously imbibing the Christian sentiments that are in the air—with our whole heart we know and cannot escape knowing the fundamental truth of the Christian doctrine, that we are all sons of one Father, wherever we may live and whatever language we may speak; we are all brothers and are subject to the same law of love implanted by our common Father in our hearts.
1. Hester Prynne imbibed this spirit.
2. No matter how much whiskey he imbibed, he.
3. He imbibed a larger swig from his frothy draft.
4. This in turn would have imbibed in them the urge to split.
5. A fly had lighted upon the rim of the glass and had imbibed.
6. She was imbibed in her thoughts staring blankly into the air.
7. Our producer had other ideas however, he’d imbibed freely of.
8. In the households of noble men, righteous influences are imbibed.
9. I imbibed in the only tolerable period of my life, returned with their full force.
10. Quite clearly, whatever she had imbibed since breakfast had set her on an unstable path.
11. He imbibed all these necessary, important and joyful revelations as a sponge imbibes water.
12. But surely it was more like a trick of his mind, an effect of the strong mead he had just imbibed.
13. Cleo was sitting on one of the sarcophaguses, imbibed in thoughts, when Deneb and Garnet rushed into the chamber.
14. Overall, he felt physically strange, light and light-headed, and he passed it off to having imbibed more than his share.
15. Of course, many police officers in many countries around the world are honourable individuals imbibed and imbued with integrity.
16. You might say that I have imbibed the spirit of the Visitation order and the Salesian charism from your ministry and his preaching.
17. Driven by the imbibed onamic urge to survive, the individual qunams in the plunamic bosoms could have begun to feed on their weaker cousins.
18. For the next three weeks life was idyllic, he ate, partied, imbibed cocaine, serviced women for money and loved Ruth every which way he could.
19. He himself knew that, in reality, the confused beliefs which she held, apparently imbibed in childhood, were, if anything, Tractarian as to.
20. Though he grew up in an environment of sentimentality, he imbibed a balanced outlook that his stint as the Czar of Medina turned into statesmanship.
21. His face showing a deep hurt, not at my bad behaviour, but at the general erosion of Indian values in youth that were imbibed in the blood of Bhupinder.
22. She wanted to merely tip the bowl and gulp it all down, but she instead made use of the spoon and carefully imbibed the hearty liquid until it was all gone.
23. After having imbibed the ergot extract and after a good hour of waiting for the potion to start effecting behaviour and character, blood then needs to be B.
24. Certain bishops of semi-Arian tendencies found it impossible to infuse into the laity of their flocks the heretical poison which they themselves had imbibed.
25. Suddenly, as I gazed on him, an idea seized me that this little creature was unprejudiced and had lived too short a time to have imbibed a horror of deformity.
26. Boys will vote the book 'jolly' and 'stunning,' and unconsciously they will have themselves imbibed a wholesome draught from a carefully written and good story.
27. But although Victoria Porter had a black skin, she had a tender, loving heart, and she had pored over the Christ-life until she had unconsciously imbibed its spirit.
28. It’s as though the Seal of the Prophets imbibed the divine character of Jehovah the jealous God who couldn’t stomach sharing the Jewish affection with any other god.
29. If not imbibed with adequate speed, it must soon press on the fluid at a, causing it to subside to the narrow part of the foot f, and thus to expose a much larger surface.
30. However, with their imbibed instinct to stay in air, the atmospheric onams would have had a free access to the world at large and thus would have been less urged to spread.
31. A field-man is a personality afield; a field-woman is a portion of the field; she had somehow lost her own margin, imbibed the essence of her surrounding, and assimilated herself with it.
32. It was occasioned by an east wind, which blew for some days, and which, in its passage over the ocean, had imbibed large quantities of salt water, which were afterward deposited upon the land.
33. And of course, the seeds of a given category would have imbibed the respective or mixed qunamic features and the plunamic attributes would have given raise to the individual plant characteristics.
34. Half an hour earlier, while he was bringing Raskolnikov home, he had indeed talked too freely, but he was aware of it himself, and his head was clear in spite of the vast quantities he had imbibed.
35. The structures formed from particular ‘atoms’ have been designed to evolve by way of pre-programmed soul imbibed instructions’ and ‘blue-prints’ encapsulated within the process of evolution machinations.
36. Choosing instead particular actions and behaviours that will be constructive for Self and others, and congruent with Self’s informed values, attitudes and beliefs imbibed by Self, and thus part of Self’s personality.
37. You must give him your own answer: we cannot expect him to be satisfied with less; and you only can explain to him the grounds of that misconception of your sentiments, which, unfortunately for himself, he certainly has imbibed.
38. Ganid had imbibed the idea, and rightly, that Jesus was a man of high ideals, and that he abhorred everything which partook of uncleanness or savored of evil; accordingly he spoke sharply to these women and rudely motioned them away.
39. I had a Christian mother, and a father who was a man of sound sense and a Christian too; I imbibed the Catholic faith with my mother's milk, I was well brought up, and neither in word nor in deed did I, I think, show any sign of being a Morisco.
40. However, whereby each individual person consists of their own unique Soul and Spirit, and so by definition of being human, has the capability to execute personal choice, being imbibed with personal sovereignty, integrity, uniqueness and autonomy.
41. The same gentleman informs me, that in a plantation of his father's, in the West-Indies, situated on the seashore, a whole crop of the cane was rendered unfit for the purpose of making sugar, in consequence of the great quantity of salt which it had imbibed.
42. On the other hand, as against the single scripture wisdom of the Semitic religions and the dogma of their prophets, the Hindu sanaatana dharma is a spiritual way of life with an imbibed philosophical ethos that is steeped in deep-rooted culture and tradition.
43. There is another astonishing thing about Hobbits of old that must be mentioned, an astonishing habit: they imbibed or inhaled, through pipes of clay or wood, the smoke of the burning leaves of a herb, which they called pipe-weed or leaf, a variety probably of Nicotiana.
44. And with which particular perception, we would perhaps be impelled to savor the pleasures of the world, and to save ourselves, at the expense of the consideration of others, together with all the imbibed pride, arrogance and selfishness needed to achieve such ego-centered goals.
45. He should be extremely sorry at any time; above all, at a period of our national progress when it was thought that a change of circumstances of the most important kind was about to take place; that at this time an opinion should be imbibed that any portion of the people of this country were favorable to England.
46. Where, how, and when had this young countess, educated by an emigree French governess, imbibed from the Russian air she breathed that spirit and obtained that manner which the pas de chale* would, one would have supposed, long ago have effaced? But the spirit and the movements were those inimitable and unteachable Russian ones that ‘Uncle’ had expected of her.
47. Where, how, and when had this young countess, educated by an émigrée French governess, imbibed from the Russian air she breathed that spirit and obtained that manner which the pas de châle * would, one would have supposed, long ago have effaced? But the spirit and the movements were those inimitable and unteachable Russian ones that Uncle had expected of her.
48. A child is systematically deceived concerning the most important affair in life, and when this deception has become so incorporated with his being that it is difficult to uproot it, then the world of science and reality is opened to him—a world that is wholly at variance with the faith which he has imbibed from his teachers—and he is left to reconcile those contradictions as best he may.
49. Lady Bertram could think nothing less, and Fanny shared her aunt's security, till she received a few lines from Edmund, written purposely to give her a clearer idea of his brother's situation, and acquaint her with the apprehensions which he and his father had imbibed from the physician with respect to some strong hectic symptoms, which seemed to seize the frame on the departure of the fever.
50. Lady Bertram could think nothing less, and Fanny shared her aunt’s security, till she received a few lines from Edmund, written purposely to give her a clearer idea of his brother’s situation, and acquaint her with the apprehensions which he and his father had imbibed from the physician with respect to some strong hectic symptoms, which seemed to seize the frame on the departure of the fever.
51. The great novelist vibrated between two decanters with the regularity of a pendulum; the famous divine flirted openly with one of the Madame de Staels of the age, who looked daggers at another Corinne, who was amiably satirizing her, after outmaneuvering her in efforts to absorb the profound philosopher, who imbibed tea Johnsonianly and appeared to slumber, the loquacity of the lady rendering speech impossible.
52. But directly after them again the worst, coarsest, least Christian elements of society rise to the top, and are subjected to the same process as their predecessors, and again in a generation or so, seeing the vanity of what is gained by violence, and having imbibed Christianity, they come down again among the oppressed, and their place is again filled by new oppressors, less brutal than former oppressors, though more so than those they oppress.
53. We all know, and we cannot help but know, even if we have never heard or read this thought clearly expressed and have never expressed it ourselves, we, having imbibed this consciousness, which is borne in the Christian atmosphere, know with our whole heart, and we cannot help but know, that fundamental truth of the Christian teaching, that we all are the sons of one Father, all of us, no matter where we may live or what language we may speak,—that we are all brothers and are subject only to the law of love, which by our common Father is implanted in our hearts.
54. And with regard to what you say, senor, of your son having no great opinion of Spanish poetry, I am inclined to think that he is not quite right there, and for this reason: the great poet Homer did not write in Latin, because he was a Greek, nor did Virgil write in Greek, because he was a Latin; in short, all the ancient poets wrote in the language they imbibed with their mother's milk, and never went in quest of foreign ones to express their sublime conceptions; and that being so, the usage should in justice extend to all nations, and the German poet should not be undervalued because he writes in his own language, nor the Castilian, nor even the Biscayan, for writing in his.
55. Are we to forget, as chimerical, our notions of this institution, which we imbibed from our very cradles, which are imprinted on our Bills of Rights and Constitutions, which we avowed under the reign of John Adams? Are they to be scourged out of us by the birch of the unfledged political pedagogues of the day? If he were the enemy of this Government, could he reconcile it to his principles, he would follow the example set him in another quarter, and say to the majority, go to your inevitable destruction! He likened the people under this joint operation of the two parties, Ministerial and Federal, to the poor client between two lawyers, or the cloth between the tailor's shears.
1. A Zone of Destruction in the particles like "imbibes" Ether, where it is plunged.
2. He imbibed all these necessary, important and joyful revelations as a sponge imbibes water.
3. Now Pearl knew well enough who made her; for Hester Prynne, the daughter of a pious home, very soon after her talk with the child about her Heavenly Father, had begun to inform her of those truths which the human spirit, at whatever stage of immaturity, imbibes with such eager interest.

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