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Synonyms for endue

to present with a quality, trait, or power

Synonyms for endue

give qualities or abilities to

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This twofold nature connecting cultural and economic aspects endues distinctive profile to cultural industries.
montage loans held for sale public endues are required to disclose the level of lair value hierarchy in which the financial instrument were categorized.
It is a wonder to observe the extent to which Crusoe endues his creature with life.
This translates to approximately 7% energy savings for the space-heating endues alone.
In that context, the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan passed on October 12 a law on "Amendments and addendum to a number of legislative acts" that practically endues the state with power to block sales of assets to third persons in the sphere of subsurface use.
John Dewey's definition of reflective thought endues the "active, persistent, and careful consideration of any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the grounds that support it and the further conclusions to which it tends" (1933, in Krol, n.
Therefore, the decision not to render the manuscript variants both deprives readers unfamiliar with Armenian of important information and endues the base text with undue prominence.
This report examines China's macroeconomic trends, investment environment, paints and coatings industry structure and capacity, production and demand, endues market consumption trends, distribution channels and principal industry participants.
This report examines China's macroeconomic trends, investment environment, defoaming agent industry structure and capacity, production and demand, endues market consumption trends, distribution channels and principal industry participants.