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    1. Most of it was just a long formal list of who got how much return on the graft that went into making up this expedition, but there were a few paragraphs near the end called the 'Haad Directives,' couched in dense theologian

    2. After all, you didn't end up leading the Super League by thirty points at Christmas without some very hard graft

    3. It isn't a synthetic skin graft, but a

    4. Christmas without some very hard graft

    5. Bank president, Paul Wolfowitz, considers that battling graft is his top priority

    6. Cuba’s history after the Spanish-American War involved a succession of dictators who practiced graft, corruption and selective suppression

    7. Murdam could tell he was already on the take, so someone either has an interest in what kinds of instances Lunt was willing to take graft, or force him to make decisions he otherwise didn’t have the stomach for

    8. It can only come by unwavering self-belief and hard graft

    9. I could do with a laugh after all the hard graft I put in at work this week

    10. Both the town where I grew up and the city in which I now reside have known a bit of graft – although they can’t be compared to our nation’s capital

    11. Of course, if in the process, much of the graft and corruption could be eradicated, that would be what’s best for all of us

    12. already, to graft it, molding it in his memory; maybe he had held the big cat by the

    13. “Well,” Del continued, “then the questions is what was the graft for?”

    14. Now, was the money graft for getting the plans, or was that his compensation for the arms deal or for handling the land deal or payoff for the keeping his mouth shut about Peter Gordon’s project or some combination of all these things? At some point, he gets involved with his secretary for a little tryst that we seem to think is tied in with the notorious Mr

    15. However, Tina knew better than be impressed by that: African politics, even by Terran standards, were notorious for their widespread corruption, nepotism and outright graft

    16. “Sixty five years of hard graft in order to piss away the last few years in pointless pursuits and ill-fitting nylon clothing? There is surely greater meaning to be wrested from life than that!” Mark, distracted in his metaphysical funk, failed to notice an oncoming truck as we rode off and almost found the answer to his own question

    17. God is so jealous and so possessive of the human race that He has created, that He has purposely made all of us to only be able to live in this life and the next life to come only if we are willing to bond and graft directly into Him through the Blood that His Son Jesus has already shed for us on the cross

    18. The skin graft over Barclay’s scar was healing quickly after his surgery in Harley Street, and it seemed almost certain that the scar would be invisible to all but the closest scrutiny in the future

    19. greed, graft, corruption and slothfulness that abounds in South Africa

    20. ” Before me spliced, intersected and entangled infinite angles of graft paper – the Grid of Everything

    21. You are, without doubt, correct in stating that Carlyle’s attitude of hatred of the bad was not conducive toward his own best development; on the other hand, what should be the attitude toward the giant evils of the day, such as war, graft, murder, vice, theft and the like? Is it not often true that a tearing down, a clearing away of the brush piles, so to speak, must precede constructive work?

    22. He couldn't be on such intimate terms with one who was paying graft to him as collector otherwise; do you think so?"

    23. I could not help but think that if he had served humanity with one-half the zeal which he had served graft, this could not have happened

    24. research by a psychologist, states: “In one case, doctors had to graft skin onto a patient's badly damaged foot

    25. Then the graft was transferred to his foot

    26. You cannot graft Stone Age cultural ideas and values directly onto our modern culture and expect it to be applicable or useable for everybody

    27. It hides all of the graft, paybacks and influence peddling

    28. They learn graft, influence peddling, money laundering, and all of the other semi-legal and illegal necessities to running a corporation

    29. The single greatest graft which Churchill was guilty of was his joining the group called The focus; a secret subversive political group of radicals dedicated to getting Chamberlain out of power by any means possible and getting Churchill into power

    30. The second series of graft was the money he received from secret agents of the Czech govt who were trying to keep Hitler from annexing their nation into greater Germany by funding British anti-Nazi war mongering politicians like Churchill and others to halt Hitler’s expansionist policies in Europe

    31. This is contrary to nature, for in grafting the practise is to graft the good olive onto the wild olive so as to improve the fruit of the wild olive

    32. when you graft two plants then eventually

    33. a heart attack at the prospect of an honest day’s hard graft

    34. "And they (individual Jews) also, if they continue not in their unbelief, shall be grafted in: for God is able to graft them (branches–plural Jews–not plural nations of Israel) in again" (Romans 11:17-24)

    35. The pleasures of heaven are with me and the pains of hell are with me, The first I graft and increase upon myself, the latter I translate

    36. On you I graft the grafts of the best-beloved of me and America,

    37. To train orchards, to graft the trees, to gather apples in the fall

    38. Graft, my dear sir

    39. I thought he probably had some kind of graft with the constabulary

    40. resentment of the people at the bad light in which the governor represented them in the But far and above their anger at the waste and mismanagement and graft was the

    41. But then he is a marquis; he will be peer of France; and in times like these where you will find a better match? I know it for a fact that Pere Grandet, when he put all his money into Froidfond, intended to graft himself upon that stock; he often told me so

    42. Ladies, a second piece of advice: do not marry; marriage is a graft; it takes well or ill; avoid that risk

    43. It is a whole language within a language, a sort of sickly excrescence, an unhealthy graft which has produced a vegetation, a parasite which has its roots in the old Gallic trunk, and whose sinister foliage crawls all over one side of the language

    44. The men who graft the young trees, the little vines, are the cleverest of all, for theirs is a surgeon’s job, as tender and delicate; and these men must have surgeons’ hands and surgeons’ hearts to slit the bark, to place the grafts, to bind the wounds and cover them from the air

    45. As in hybridisation, so with grafting, the capacity is limited by systematic affinity, for no one has been able to graft together trees belonging to quite distinct families; and, on the other hand, closely allied species and varieties of the same species, can usually, but not invariably, be grafted with ease

    46. “And you,” declared Buck, “are Brick Avery, inventor of the dancing turkey and captor of the celebrated infant anaconda—side-show graft with me for eight years

    47. “Me with fifty thousand in the bank and letting a guest of mine graft for a living? Not by a blame sight!” snorted Buck

    48. They would be known at the fairs as Moseer and Madame Bottotte, and would do the genteel and compact gift-sale graft from the buggy—having the necessary capital now—and would accept the buggy and horse as a wedding present, knowing that an old friend with forty-three thousand four hundred dollars still left in the bank would not begrudge this small gift to a couple just starting out in life, and with deep regard for him and all inquiring friends, they were, etc

    1. She was so blown on the native elixir that she just sat there and wondered on the intricacies of all the grown and grafted wood that went into the room in which they sat

    2. We have been grafted into that root

    3. God has made us to be something altogether distinct, and yet at the same time grafted into Israel

    4. We read in Romans 11 that we as Gentiles are grafted into that root

    5. Some parts have had to be grafted

    6. If God would take the kingdom from those who had been promised so many promises, because they did not believe, then how much more could it happen to us, who were adopted and grafted in

    7. they will ultimately be grafted into one another

    8. Israel is an olive tree, and we are wild olive branches grafted into that olive tree, so the Church is also an olive tree

    9. You will say then, "Branches were broken off so that I might be grafted in

    10. branches, and in truth we are grafted into them, not they into us

    11. grafted into their own olive tree?

    12. Though I feared kittens’ claws on my delicate grafted skin, I hoped to find a placid older cat that had already been declawed

    13. Sons of Jacob! Grafted branches of Israel! Disciples and servants of Mashiach! Hear the Word of The Lord!

    14. Alternately, the moralistic story could have been grafted onto a much older story of a real-world catastrophe

    15. contemporaries are seen grafted onto the primitive educational establishment of his time

    16. After the first two weeks in the hospital, the doctor grafted skin from the back of each leg onto her lower back

    17. But where its neck should be was the upper body of my Latin teacher, smoothly grafted to the horse’s trunk

    18. And fruitless all their grafted guile, as shortly ye shall see

    19. extermination due to a pending collision with a comet and the only ship we have in our entire fleet that can help is the kluge of a battleship grafted to a hospital ship now sitting in dry dock?”

    20. They are now ready to be grafted into you

    21. It will be grafted on the inside face of your lower vertebras and will allow you to jump through space-time by yourself, without the need for a time ship or time scooter

    22. The device to its left will be grafted near the base of your skull and contains a micro radio transceiver coupled with a mental waves relay and a time waves transceiver

    23. Man is attached so much to his flesh and the set of religious rules and regulations that I came to cut them asunder so each can be grafted back on the Vine, the only place that there is real Peace

    24. about how many young ones were grafted into sin

    25. grafted onto the stock of Israel and the prophets? In that metaphor at least they are seen as all part of the same tree

    26. And the accident that grafted Jay’s space suit to his skin still occurs one out of a thousand transports

    27. A huge, coffin shaped antenna is grafted onto the bottom of a Boeing model 707's fuselage, and feeds information to multi-color radar display screens located in the rear cabin

    28. He did need to teach the gentiles who were grafted

    29. It was grafted together with pieces of old wood

    30. a grafted bare limb now is, a gnarled trunk

    31. God has made an un-breakable covenant with them, and as followers of Jesus Christ we are grafted into the vine of our Jewish brethren

    32. What is it to be a grafted tree or a mechanized assembly? Who are the parents of this strange hybrid we are becoming? We know our mother, who else but life, Eartheart the essence of it, and we stereotype the emotionally dead father as mechanized rationality

    33. " Not long since it was grafted upon

    34. First, skin from the person's abdomen was grafted onto his arm

    35. Once we were a wild olive tree incapable of bearing edible fruit but now we have been grafted into the good olive tree and share in the nourishing sap from the olive root [Romans 11]

    36. If some of the branches have been broken off, and you, though a wild olive shoot, have been grafted in among the others and now share in the nourishing sap from the olive root, do not boast over those branches

    37. You will say then, branches were broken off so that I could be grafted in

    38. The believing wild olive branches [incapable of bearing edible fruit] are grafted into the good olive tree

    39. [when the natural branches shall be grafted back into their own olive tree], is a thing far more in the line of what we should expect than the admission of the Gentiles to a standing, which they never before enjoyed

    40. believers have become Abraham’s spiritual seed and been grafted into the good olive tree

    41. The Jewish believers who form part of the Bride, did not have to be grafted in for the promises were already theirs by faith

    42. then the word is made to stand for its opposite, eternal being; and then the associated idea of misery is grafted upon

    43. nations) were grafted in

    44. Of the several thousand people massed around the column of fire and water no one spoke and Kim said, “Once it was otherwise, but all of you have given up the false beliefs that some of you harbored and even such as a body of believers though we be not Jews by blood we are nonetheless grafted into the tree of life by our belief in Jesus Christ and thus we are spiritual Jews and heir to all the promises and provisions of God

    45. you, being a wild olive, was grafted in among them [among some of the branches, the

    46. individuals Gentiles that believed were grafted in]

    47. in their unbelief, shall be grafted in" [Romans 11:17-24]

    48. the elect obtained? Being grafted in the olive tree– being accepted by God as His chosen

    49. 70 Israel was not grafted in, it was totally destroyed

    50. being; and then the associated idea of misery is grafted upon the stock of the converted primary;

    1. In fact, his academic record was at best patchy; school never held much interest, there were even suggestions that he undergo ‘imprinted learning’ (a latterly illegal process of grafting knowledge onto neuron networks) such was his failure at the core subjects – even mathematics, which at the time seemed irrelevant

    2. He had spent all week grafting on a big IT project

    3. You are very, very lucky; they are in a rut and grafting every

    4. It was laughable, really, to believe that anyone could generate even the remotest bit of enthusiasm for the job of grafting together digi-recorders

    5. Were these “talents” or “loved activities”? Was this a way of taking a blank slate and grafting on to it a behavior that served the group? Such dedicated behavior had been described before in the biological realm, in bees, ants and termites

    6. to the massive grafting of the energy contained in the regressive

    7. This involves bone grafting and the use of

    8. As soon as Farah was finished grafting the microphone, Nancy healed the cuts in the hearing canal

    9. When we think of mediating with IT's emergent self-awareness, we are never with the singularity; we are only a hearing-seeing comformication – a mere pollinator of IT grafting us into the flowing of its I'mage

    10. This seed thought becomes the tree from which their imagination attempts its experimental grafting of alternative possibilities

    11. This is contrary to nature, for in grafting the practise is to graft the good olive onto the wild olive so as to improve the fruit of the wild olive

    12. Paul knew what he was talking about when he said that the grafting of the wild olive on the good olive was contrary to nature

    13. The grafting in of the Gentiles was not expected, but this once again demonstrates the power, authority and sovereignty of our God in calling the Gentiles unto Himself

    14. The Process of Grafting

    15. Consider further the process of grafting

    16. Grafting is the process of uniting parts of

    17. where the grafting took place

    18. And everywhere painters are selecting from this, and grafting it on to some of the more traditional schools of design

    19. Greenhouses are used for grafting plants

    20. Grafting refers to the horticultural method of attaching the part of one plant to another plant

    21. Making use of the grafting technique will provide you with a whole new set of plants you can cultivate

    22. "Once, sir, when I was grafting a rose-tree

    23. Julie was at the entrance of the garden, where she was attentively watching Penelon, who, entering with zeal into his profession of gardener, was very busy grafting some Bengal roses

    24. So our mercurial Ladislaw has a queer genealogy! A high-spirited young lady and a musical Polish patriot made a likely enough stock for him to spring from, but I should never have suspected a grafting of the Jew pawnbroker

    25. leaving on one side the prodigious questions which attract and terrify, the fathomless perspectives of abstraction, the precipices of metaphysics—all those profundities which converge, for the apostle in God, for the atheist in nothingness; destiny, good and evil, the way of being against being, the conscience of man, the thoughtful somnambulism of the animal, the transformation in death, the recapitulation of existences which the tomb contains, the incomprehensible grafting of successive loves on the persistent I, the essence, the substance, the Nile, and the Ens, the soul, nature, liberty, necessity; perpendicular problems, sinister obscurities, where lean the gigantic archangels of the human mind; formidable abysses, which Lucretius, Manou, Saint Paul, Dante, contemplate with eyes flashing lightning, which seems by its steady gaze on the infinite to cause stars to blaze forth there

    26. " Nothing of this triumph reached Fauchelevent in his hut; he went on grafting, weeding, and covering up his melon beds, without in the least suspecting his excellences and his sanctity

    27. Noble, for instance, informs me that he raises stocks for grafting from a hybrid between Rhod

    28. Great diversity in the size of two plants, one being woody and the other herbaceous, one being evergreen and the other deciduous, and adaptation to widely different climates, does not always prevent the two grafting together

    29. As in hybridisation, so with grafting, the capacity is limited by systematic affinity, for no one has been able to graft together trees belonging to quite distinct families; and, on the other hand, closely allied species and varieties of the same species, can usually, but not invariably, be grafted with ease

    30. As in reciprocal crosses, the facility of effecting an union is often very far from equal, so it sometimes is in grafting

    31. Something analogous occurs in grafting; for Thouin found that three species of Robinia, which seeded freely on their own roots, and which could be grafted with no great difficulty on a fourth species, when thus grafted were rendered barren

    32. We thus see that, although there is a clear and great difference between the mere adhesion of grafted stocks and the union of the male and female elements in the act of reproduction, yet that there is a rude degree of parallelism in the results of grafting and of crossing distinct species

    33. The facts by no means seem to indicate that the greater or lesser difficulty of either grafting or crossing various species has been a special endowment; although in the case of crossing, the difficulty is as important for the endurance and stability of specific forms as in the case of grafting it is unimportant for their welfare

    34. In the same manner as in grafting trees, the capacity in one species or variety to take on another, is incidental on differences, generally of an unknown nature, in their vegetative systems, so in crossing, the greater or less facility of one species to unite with another is incidental on unknown differences in their reproductive systems

    1. It occurred to Ted that there might be something in this, as he had spent many years experimenting with grafts, cross-pollinations and rootstocks

    2. Some bones in my shoulder were broken, but they have been repaired with bone grafts

    3. They will be doing cell replications for grafts

    4. “They wrapped you in a gel suit and will keep it in place until they’re ready to do some grafts

    5. ” He felt a little pain in his side when they started making the grafts

    6. I mean with all the skin grafts and nerve damage it wasn’t a pretty

    7. Punch grafts are an acne scar removal surgery that is used for deep acne scars

    8. On you I graft the grafts of the best-beloved of me and America,

    9. Pitt explained that in the previous three hours, two of Antin’s veins had been harvested from his thighs and three of four grafts had been implanted into the coronary arteries

    10. There is nothing unusual in the Latin Church in these grafts of one order on another

    11. The men who graft the young trees, the little vines, are the cleverest of all, for theirs is a surgeon’s job, as tender and delicate; and these men must have surgeons’ hands and surgeons’ hearts to slit the bark, to place the grafts, to bind the wounds and cover them from the air

    12. It was voted that the dancing turkey and infant anaconda grafts were no longer feasible

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    Synonyms for "graft"

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    "graft" definitions

    (surgery) tissue or organ transplanted from a donor to a recipient; in some cases the patient can be both donor and recipient

    the practice of offering something (usually money) in order to gain an illicit advantage

    the act of grafting something onto something else

    cause to grow together parts from different plants

    place the organ of a donor into the body of a recipient