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enter drop by drop

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In three years ideas had rooted themselves in the common sense of this township, hitherto so lacking in intelligence that a passing traveler would perhaps have thought it hopeless to attempt to instil them.
He wanted to make them feel that this was the first consciously serious step in their lives; he tried to grope into the depths of their souls; he wanted to instil in them his own vehement devotion.
I therefore endeavored to instil hope and courage into his mind, in order that he might dare to engage in a vocation so anomalous and re- sponsible for a person in his situation; and I was seconded in this effort by warm-hearted friends, es- pecially by the late General Agent of the Massa- chusetts Anti-Slavery Society, Mr.
I would hope, however, Sir Knight,'' said the Templar, ``that this alteration of measures arises from no suspicion of my honourable meaning, such as Fitzurse endeavoured to instil into thee?
But I was already a tyrant at heart; I wanted to exercise unbounded sway over him; I tried to instil into him a contempt for his surroundings; I required of him a disdainful and complete break with those surroundings.
I think it's an attempt to intimidate and instil fear.
Last years character grant winners included Premiership Rugby, which received 500,000 to use the expertise of leading rugby coaches and players to instil character and resilience in disaffected children.
The Dairy UK initiative, unveiled this week, hopes to instil a sense of pride in the efforts dairy farmers are making on innovation and environmental concerns.
TEACHERS instil a love of learning into pupils at Allesley Primary School according to school inspectors.
My feelings about this situation are that the teenagers' parents did not instil ambition for them to sit their examinations in school.