Here the class was reciting a lesson from an abstruse text-book on economics, reciting it by rote, with so obvious a failure to assimilate
it that the waste of labour was pitiful.
It would be no small business to remain herself, and yet to assimilate
such an establishment.
He dwelt on this: and said several times that unless they tried to assimilate
themselves to their conquerors, they must be swept away before the strides of civilised society.
Stem dry weight was decreased in the treatment of the removal of upper leaves of cab compared to control which indicates the deficiency of assimilates
and the incapability of leaves in supplying enough assimilates
The findings suggest that companies, auditors and regulators still face an uphill battle to ensure that the marketplace understands and assimilates
the information that will be disclosed in Sec.
The promises of freedom, conquest, empire, and transformation offered by the Western seem available to a black man only if he thoroughly assimilates
whiteness and abandons any sense of responsibility to other blacks.
The brain then assimilates
and changes the thoughts and ideas which it has absorbed and changes them into character and personality.
Then special software called Fusion Agent assimilates
the complex inputs so the computer may respond to subtle signals that humans routinely use to communicate with one another.
More to the point, doggedly pasting the same stencil over every work of literature tends to obscure precisely what Bloom claims to value above all else in great literature: "strangeness, a mode of originality that either cannot be assimilated, or that so assimilates
us that we cease to see it as strange.