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to affect deeply or completely, as with emotion

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flow over or cover completely

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With each deeper level of transpersonal experience, the same generalization or `core issue' or internal model (such as shame, abandonment, engulfment, identity, worthiness) is revisited with higher level implications.
Fatal engulfment cases logged in the Purdue University Agricultural Entrapment Database (PUAED) were summarized to better quantify the engulfment problem and identify contributing factors for the curriculum.
Her tender engulfment of John in their lovemaking opposes the images of threatening engulfment in his dream and in other associations with Yvette.
In consequence, the child's desires for intimacy and distance here begin to clash in a serious way, each one undermining the other: the desire for intimacy making distance seem like alienation and the desire for distance making intimacy seem like engulfment.
In addition to hazards in the manufacturing process, the storage of corn used in ethanol exposes workers to grain handling hazards like dust ignition and engulfment as workers move corn from storage to the processing area.
55 ml of DN 300 mm GRP sanitation for connecting engulfment mouths,
55 ml of DN 300 mm GRP sanitation for the connection of the mouths of engulfment.
Department of Labors Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited a Nebraska grain-handling cooperative for failing to protect workers from grain bin entrapment and engulfment hazards.
Cellular immune responses were assessed indelayed type hypersensitivity (DTH) assay, macrophage engulfment assay, cyclophosphamide induced neutropenic test and nitric oxide (NO) production assay.
All of the elements that would make up a rocky planet are exactly the elements that are enhanced on Kronos, and the volatile elements are not enhanced, so that provides a strong argument for a planet engulfment scenario, instead of something else," Oh explained.
Control of the engulfment of apoptotic cells by surrounding phagocytic cells.
Effect of temperature on the chemotaxis, phagocytic engulfment, digestion and oxygen consumption of human polymorphonuclear leukocytes.
The presence of emperipolesis, or the engulfment of lymphocytes and erythrocytes by histiocytes that express S-100, is considered diagnostic of RDD.
Results: Phyllanthin dose-dependently inhibited CD11b/CD18 adhesion, the engulfment of E.