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

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It seems about to crash to the floor yet remains perfectly poised, demonstrating an intoxicating tension that pervades Selzer's entire enterprise.
Dread, like a clammy Raymond Chandler fog, pervades all.
At the same time, a sense of the broad significance of this synthesis of restorative justice and responsive regulation for social welfare policy, for building a richly participative civil society, and for democratic governance pervades many of the contributions.
It's hard to believe, given the longing that pervades The Sleepy Time Gal, that Munch hasn't gone all out to locate his sister.
William tries to use a feminist discourse about sexuality and culture in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean, but the subject is so complex, with so many nuances that are culturally specific, that such analysis certainly cannot be done with the self-righteous outlook that pervades Charcoal and Cinnamon, leading to such judgments as "bestial images," "wanton lust," or "refuting the negrista's vision of non[-]reproductive eroticism.
Yet behind this shimmering ephemeron lies the deeper, sacred reality--Brahman, the infinite, transcendent reality that covers and pervades all things.
After sketching the humanist's early life and education, Augustijn traces Erasmus's career, illustrating his essential concerns and achievements: the studia humanitatus, to which he contributed anthologies and textbooks; the philosophia Christi, which he expounded through such diverse media as the homiletic Handbook of the Christian Soldier and the satirical Praise of Folly; pacifism, which found its most profound expression in the Complaint of Peace and pervades the protreptic Education of a Christian Prince; and biblical humanism, which applied philological methods to patristic and scriptural texts, culminating in Erasmus's bilingual, annotated edition of the New Testament.
Today, a sense of optimism pervades the real estate industry, due largely to both the Mayor and Governor's determined efforts to stimulate the city's economy.
As male superiority is challenged in other areas, she theorizes, men are clinging to an ideal of physical dominance that pervades sports and extends to rape and battery of women.
Drawing on Frankfurt School theories that claim that a false consciousness pervades mass produced images, Hansen tells us that the "myth" of mobility and success idealized in Hollywood films did not exist.
The LOM's live negotiating technology will provide one of the most powerful modern-day alternatives to the current auction system, which pervades the Internet today.
He didn't direct ``Shopgirl,'' but the self-conscious, studied imagery created by Anand Tucker (``Hilary and Jackie'') is consistent with the wistful melancholy that pervades Martin's latter-day work.
There is a serene and dignified tone that pervades this book-length poem, a reverence so immediately striking that we sense we are entering hallowed territory.
Now in the form of microwaves, this radiation pervades the universe and provides a snapshot of the cosmos at that early time, ripples and all.