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

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As the silence that is germane to the medium becomes figurally pervaded with sound, it gives way to an aesthetic that is autonomous, in that it resists translation into words, but is not apolitical.
The uncoupling of marriage and parenthood seems very conveniently in step with the anti-religious, "free-spirited" zeitgeist which has pervaded the province ever since the heady days of the Quiet Revolution.
Rethinking Welfare provides a thoughtful and emerging resistance to the identity politics and vulgar social constructionism that has pervaded the academic world and also taken hold in many professional social work schools.
Obviously, it is not a matter of copying Gregorian chant, but rather making sure that new compositions are pervaded with the same spirit that gave rise to and slowly modeled that music.
In the Black Swan Pas de Deux, there was contrast in her attack, but her performance lacked the evil perfume that pervaded Barker's on opening night.
He noticed that lies fabricated at all levels pervaded the entire enterprise and felt it was his patriotic duty to make Congress and the public aware of documents that showed a deceptive decision-making process that went back to the Eisenhower administration.
In his most subtle teasing out of evidence and argumen t, Bednarz analyzes the significance of the "little eyases" in Hamlet, revealing a recapitulation of the events of the theatrical conflict, an uncertainty about the eventual winner, an undermining of the optimism of festive comedy, and "a powerful representation of the anxious circumspection that pervaded late Elizabethan culture" (255).
The theme, "Leadership is a Capital Idea," pervaded the conference as keynote speakers, Marcia Bullard, Dr.
Similarly, when she describes Rudolph Valentino as a star who expressed the desire of his female fans to transgress sexual prohibition, when she takes note of the camera work in Valentino's films and the newspaper debate that surrounded the appeal of an Italian immigrant to women, she accurately reveals the way in which a struggle over gender and cultural values pervaded the rise of the urban mass culture.
The CityPlanning Commission's 124) vote in favor of Riverside South is a testimonial to how far we have come since the darkest days of 1990 and 1991, when an atmosphere of negativism pervaded the local economy.
6-millisecond 1937+215, could determine whether the universe is pervaded by a background flux of gravitational waves generated by the Big Bang.
Since the 1980s, commercial sponsorship has pervaded most professional sports, and sponsors have gained a higher profile in the 2000s through `title sponsorships'.
And vibrant mood, almost perversely recalling Old Russia, pervaded this richly atmospheric piece, the composer's last.
Pervaded by the sound of breathing (audio installation by HB Sound), the "pool" contained a sort of sentry box, also blue, containing three photographic triptychs ("Hallenbad Portraits," 2002-2003) and a DVD projection (Hallenbad, 2003).