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n.1.The act of imbuing; the state of being imbued; hence, a deep tincture.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As she attended to the needs of her children, she was determined about one thing - irrespective of whether they were boys or girls, her children would all be given equal love, value imbuement and lessons in living.
Of course libertarians, including technolibertarians, may insist that such imbuement is the exact opposite of what the state is inclined to do, which is a sentiment hackers generally seem to share, considering the general pessimism expressed throughout the data.
However, analogies between human body and industrial supply chain are developed by few researchers like, Zhang et al (2006) who derived an analogy between transportation of food (through digestion, absorption and blood circulation) to the cell and imbuement of knowledge (through human resource) to an enterprise.