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spread through

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to cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

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USA], Aug 13 ( ANI ): In women diagnosed with cancer, concerns pertaining to sexual health are diverse, multiple, and pervade all types and stages of cancer, according to a recent study.
You just don't hear imbrued or imbued any more in everyday speech, and the argument would be that if you have words like saturate and stain, permeate, pervade and inspire, why would you need 'em?
Abuse of power, manipulation and lies pervade Esther and Arnell's relationship, and eventually spill over into their relationships with others, particularly men, with deadly consequences.
While more typical schools in the study want scholars to do better, and take action towards that goal, they lack the overall systematic, organized, highly informed and participatory features that pervade the more successful schools.
When I consider the shadows that pervade my heart, they are usually the result of the way I see things.
Davis offers a glimpse at myths that pervade the world's civilizations and ponders what these stories reveal about human nature.
History repeats itself, and the enduring nostalgia for the comforms of home pervade this emotional work of literature.
What is most disgusting though, is the outlandish (in what they have done and gotten away with) recurrent themes of criminality, corruption, and greed that pervade almost a century of various Bush machinations.
Moral and ethical considerations pervade every aspect of camps.
the book includes] a series of astute and thought-provoking case studiesOa useful primer for students and practitioners in search of a refreshing antidote to the overly simplistic and optimistic prescriptions that pervade many management texts.
The authors succeed in dramatizing extent to which race continues to pervade public attitudes as well as social policy debates on welfare.
Even though the country is very secular, ``the ancient traditions and customs pervade Israeli society,'' said Schwartz, who works in television.
His image appears in coats of arms and on illustrations that to this day pervade our lives.
Vaculik's duets borrow from contemporary vocabularies; parallel positions and ice-skating lifts pervade his partnering.