English words and Examples of Usage
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I soon opened it and gave his Lordship the roll, which contained drawings of the house and some prints, etc., for that ingenious
lady the Honble Miss court
ney, his Lordship's niece.
So Tollywood filmakers are doing their best to overcome these limitations in ingenious
study, but rather to infuse
and connect it with devekus.
After the 1526 Battle of Mohács the Hungarian people were disillusioned by the ability of the government to protect them and turned to the faith which would infuse
them with the strength necessary to resist the Turkish invaders.
It has some times been called neo-Thomism partly because Thomas Aquinas in the 13th century gave to scholasticism a final form, partly because the idea gained ground that only Thomism could infuse
vitality into 12th-century scholasticism.
In adding this magical, playful element to the novel, Carter is able to infuse
the story with underlying political and social messages.
The Impressionists painted the realities of the world around them using bright, "dazzling" colors, concentrating prim
arily on the effects of light, and hoping to infuse
their scenes with immediacy.
The album's lyrical themes infuse
the Japanese allusions with its first-person narrator's romantic disappointments and sexual frustration
, the latter at times visceral and graphic.
These businesses are categorized as the high-growth businesses (MTV Networks and BET Networks in particular), and if they were split into a separate company, it could infuse
new capital to allow for future acquisitions and expansion.
color to a house decor to attempt to increase design beauty.
The downside is that Ireland's infrastructure, especially housing supply and transport
, was left struggling to catch up. Radical thinking that transformed the economy might also infuse
Press the apples well with a wooden spoon, pour the boiling water over, press again, leave to infuse
for twenty four hours.
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