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    1. The apprenticeship into which he'd been inducted caused him to be absent from campus two days per week and presented him little time for anything but keeping up with his studies

    2. One of the guys that had been inducted into the service with me at Houston named Edward Klimpel from Sugarland, Texas was still with me through basic training and the military police school

    3. His running mate whose name escapes me, inducted me into the bartenders’ club, by taking me to Station JBD where I ate my first lobster and had my first (of many) glasses (and jugs) of white wine

    4. inducted into the Hall of Fame for his industry’s

    5. In 1985 he was inducted into The Order of Walter Hines Page at State, and the same year, he became a Distinguished Alumni Fellow of the NC State University Center for Economic and Business Studies

    6. In 1982, he was inducted into the NC Broadcasters Hall of Fame

    7. And on April 8, 1990, he was inducted into the North Carolina Journalism Hall of Fame at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    8. In 2004 I was the thirteenth alumnus to be inducted into the School’s Hall of Honor

    9. “We have been inducted, into Pharaoh’s Fourth Army, and act under the direct order of its commander!” Moshe was at great pains to keep the tone and tenor of his words measured, authoritative, but respectful

    10. since he was inducted by the agency into the Nam non-

    1. careers and would be included in the Reserves side to induct and mentor novices like

    1. The problem, it later became clear, was that there was some resistance to inducting

    2. This is a cliché, and one of the earliest aids in inducting hypnosis

    1. of the body, this focus inducts a specific euphoric high state, which is

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    Synonyms for "induct"

    induct induce invest seat initiate inaugurate install

    "induct" definitions

    place ceremoniously or formally in an office or position

    accept people into an exclusive society or group, usually with some rite

    admit as a member

    produce electric current by electrostatic or magnetic processes

    introduce or initiate