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cause to grow together parts from different plants

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But technically the argument seems far-fetched unless the term "ingraft" (engraft) can have something to do with verse writing, and this is exactly where Shakespeare can show to the world his craftsmanship not only of language but also of everlasting poetry.
Might it not be wise to ingraft an exception in the statute?
The change of root Ca+A2, Na+ and Cl-ion concentrations ingrafted and non-grafted eggplant seedlings under salt stress
Jefferson also cited Antichell Grey's Debates to conclude that in Parliament, "[a] new bill may be ingrafted by way of amendment, on the words 'Be it enacted, &c.'" (153) Grey is, however, not much of a source for Founding-Era practice, since he covered only the period from 1667 through 1694, a seventeen-year stretch ending nearly a century before the Constitution was ratified.
For though no one can be just except he to whom the merits of the passion of our Lord Jesus Christ are communicated, yet this takes place in that justification of the sinner, when by the merit of the most holy passion, the charity of God is poured forth by the Holy Ghost in the hearts of those who are justified and inheres in them; whence man through Jesus Christ, in whom he is ingrafted, receives in that justification, together with the remission of sins, all these infused at the same time, namely, faith, hope and charity.
A new bill may be ingrafted by way of amendment on the words, "Be it enacted...." (149) According to Jefferson, the lack of a germaneness requirement followed the practice of Parliament.
Common notions he calls "imprinted Characters," "connaturall implanted principles," "impressed noticies," "common notices," and "congenite & ingrafted Principles." Inclinations he calls "tendencys," "propensions," "instincts," and "by'ass[es]" (B1, 110r-124r).
Milton's understanding of Christ's satisfaction as an atoning substitute for humanity also figures in his explication of yet another key term, perhaps the key term for the Protestant Reformation--"justification": "JUSTIFICATION is THE JUDGMENT OF GOD, FREELY GIVEN, BY VIRTUE OF WHICH THOSE WHO ARE REGENERATE AND INGRAFTED IN CHRIST ARE ABSOLVED FROM SINS AND FROM DEATH THROUGH CHRIST'S ABSOLUTELY FULL SATISFACTION, AND ARE ACCOUNTED RIGHTEOUS IN THE SIGHT OF GOD, NOT BY THE WORKS OF THE LAW BUT THROUGH FAITH" (485, my emphasis).
the welfare of the home, the abiding place of domestic love and affection, the maintenance of which in all its sacredness, undisturbed by a public exposure of trivial family disagreements, is so essential to society, demands and requires that no new grounds for disturbance or disruption by judicial proceedings be ingrafted on the law by rule of court not sanctioned or made necessary by express legislation.
The root meaning of 'insita' is 'implanted' or 'inserted'; it would usually be rendered by 'ingrafted.' But Newton was not referring specifically to an act of putting this 'power' into matter; rather he was using the derived meaning of 'naturally inborn' and hence 'innate' or even 'natural,' as commonly used even in classical Latin.
"If he is accepting that sharia could be ingrafted i= n British law, it can only be ingrafted if it complies with British law in = which case there's no pointing ingrafting it."
punishing unlicensed wedding officiators] was ingrafted upon the