instilment


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Noun1.instilment - the introduction of a liquid (by pouring or injection) drop by drop
intromission, insertion, introduction - the act of putting one thing into another
infusion - (medicine) the passive introduction of a substance (a fluid or drug or electrolyte) into a vein or between tissues (as by gravitational force)
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The instilment thereof into her mind would probably have caused this aged sister to drop down dead, at once, as by the effect of an intensely poisonous infusion.
These, topped up with instilment of a strong democratic culture, would have freed the people from their current bondage of hero-worshipping pretenders to the throne and those in power.
Fully aware of the people's weariness and distrust of blatant political ideologies, the party propagandists' strategy has evolved from forcible indoctrination to instilment and guidance (Chen, 2007).
Health Minister Ghassan Hasbani spoke on behalf of his colleagues, expressing his party's commitment to the success of the government and the presidential mandate in the reconstruction of the State of institutions and the instilment of trust in State institutions.
As noted above, the family continuity dimension includes the instilment of family values in the operation of the business (Debicki et al., 2016).
The current study also showed that the PW of contralateral unstented kidney was increased presumably due to compensation, and the resulting global renal function represented by eGFR was unchanged between before and after ureteral stent instilment.
Among the organization's achievements recounted in the article were (1) the newfound ability of the youths to persuade their parents to adopt better farm and home practices, (2) the instilment of leadership qualities in the children, (3) the newly sparked interest in learning in the children, many of whom had dropped out of school, and (4) the cultivation in the youths of the desire to remain on the farm and to look upon farming as an attractive career, a trait judged especially valuable in an era when many (more than a million in 1925 alone) were leaving the farm to pursue other careers.
(104) The nationalist publications included Ukrainian Voice, New Country, and News, which focused less on the matter of religion and more on how Ukrainians could maintain their cultural identity, as Ukrainian Canadian historian Mykhailo Marunchak explains, "they strove to orient the people about the need of depending on their own strength and underlined the feeling of pride in the effort that the Ukrainian people had put into the development of Canada." (105) But the instilment of such pride by playing into the mythic ideal during the pre-war years made the sting of internment and disfranchisement that much more severe.