v. t.1.See Enlist.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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With the assistance of InList, Billionaire Boys Club, celebrity influencers, Luminous Decor and Fabulous Design & Decor, HYL's guests are presented to a beautiful lot overlooking the water with 3 mature trees draped in elegant white lights.
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The general design of the following sheets is to inlist [sic] Imagination under the banner of Science; and to lead her votaries from the looser analogies, which dress out the imagery of poetry, to the stricter ones, which form the ratiocination of philosophy.
(51) The sentence highlighted by Lord Hailes reads 'Ten thousand Croises inlist themselves under the holy banners, and even openly triumph in those parts of their religion, which their adversaries regard as the most reproachful.' NLS Nha.Misc.243.
The Wali also pledged to compensate those who were affected by the recent riots, he praised at the same time the Khartoum States's citizens for bearing the burden of the recent economic measures, reiterating his intention to proceed with the implementation of the program initiated by the state in addressing the implications of these procedures and has given directives to the People's Committees and the Zakat committees to exert atmost efforts to inlist and identify the poor people that deserve to be supported.
"John if it so happens that I never attempt two give you any advise again let me do it now: never inlist in the war."
In many cases, it will connect itself with the pre-existing factions, and will inlist all their animosities, partialities, influence, and interest on one side, or on the other; and in such cases there will always be the greatest danger, that the decision will be regulated more by the comparative strength of parties than by the real demonstrations of innocence or guilt.
Whenever an object is fetched from a server, the server records the identifier of the object along with the identity of the fetching site in a local table (called its "inlist").
White said later, "I have recruited colored men for every colored regiment raised in the north forsaken my church & canvassed the intire north & west urging my people to inlist & have succeded in every instant." In return, he expected appointment as a chaplain.(12)
IF INLIST (FF, RFF) AND SUB [underscore] (FF) AND (ORIGIN (FF, 'U') OR (ORIGIN (FF, 'S') OR (ORIGIN (FF, 'C'))
Each justification has two parts, an inlist and an outlist.