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Synonyms for inculcation

teaching or impressing upon the mind by frequent instruction or repetition

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The main justification was the inculcation of lessons about what the new religion offered.
To be strong at home and abroad requires the inculcation of a love of this nation and a belief in its long history of exceptionalism.
A second wave of time consciousness - one that pervaded the people's everyday lives - came after the war, aided by the proliferation of wristwatches, heavy industrialization, and the inculcation of Western values.
2 This has led to the need for proper sleep hygiene inculcation in patients in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Speaking on the occasion, Rizwan Ullah Khan, General Manager, The Coca-Cola Export Corporation, Pakistan and Afghanistan, said, "One of the most important pillars of CocaCola's brand values includes the inculcation of an active lifestyle for our local communities.
This is no inculcation of national pride but inculcation of a false nationalism which needs to be debated.
He also said that during the session , Majlis A'Shura will review a number of replies by the Ministers on the questions forwarded to them by members of Majlis A'Shura including the reply of the Minister of Manpower on vocational rehabilitation of the disabled, the reply of the Minister of Social Development on the mechanisms used to survey the number of disabled in the Sultanate and the reply of the Minister of Education about the Quran Inculcation Schools and the mechanisms used in correcting the general education diploma.
NBF has been playing its central role in dissemination of knowledge, literacy and inculcation of book reading habit among people for last many years.
The Convention that took place in October was a great "finale" and beginning for the inculcation of ethics as part of all of your practices.
This requires an inculcation of long-term, systemic thinking among managers, and a higher degree of interpersonal skills than ever before.
the teaching, not of the manipulations and minute details of the arts, which can be done only in the workshop, but the inculcation of all the scientific principles which form the basis and explanation of them.
In this respect, our core values of Integrity, Accountability, Teamwork, Courage, Excellence and Result orientation shall be the focus for further inculcation into the SBP culture, said Wathra.
The author has organized the main body of his text in five chapters devoted to shifts in equality jurisprudence, the nature, developmental roots, and alleviation of discrimination, addressing necessary shifts in equality jurisprudence, supporting equality jurisprudenceAEs sits of inculcation, and harnessing developmental science to broaden equality jurisprudence.
Atop this heap of undirected misery, fear, anger and bigotry -- a breeding ground for intolerance and inculcation -- stand the ghouls and gangsters of [Daesh (the self-proclaimed Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant)], the extremists' extremist mafia of choice.
The Freirean notion of inculcation of critical consciousness in masses for the transformation of social structures became a guiding principle for the women's movement to raise the consciousness of women in the 1960s.