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instill someone with something

to imbue or impress someone with something. Her story instilled us all with courage. She instilled us with courage.
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instill something in (to) someone

to impress something into someone's mind. You need to remember your manners. I want to instill that into you. Good manners were instilled in me at home.
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instill something in(to) something

to add something to a situation. The presence of the mayor instilled a legitimacy into the proceedings. Sharon sought to instill a little levity in the meeting.
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The purpose of this lesson is not to try to instill in these young minds the idea that there is no physical differences in people of different colors.
On the other hand, the conservative and conventional school, in its administration and conduct, is both autocratic and undemocratic in its practices while seeking to instill through words the concepts and the principles of democracy.
These market leading operators and manufacturers leverage Instill's best of breed solutions including the Instill Trade Spend Intelligence Suite for Manufacturers and the Instill Spend Intelligence Suite for Operators to achieve success.
Instill will operate as a separate division of iTradeNetwork.
Graham and Taylor to instill what Harkarvy says is "the quality of movement, thought and artistry that has gone into creating the technique and choreography of these twentieth-century masterpieces,"
Over the past 20 years, George has been a nationally recognized pioneer in marketing measurement, conquering emerging marketing mediums ranging from television to the Internet, and devising many innovative techniques and approaches to analyzing, interpreting and applying marketing measurement and consumer purchasing information," said Mack Tilling, president of Instill Corporation.
While Harper-Lawrence changes and continues to change to keep up with the market and the current climate, Draznin said, he continues to try and instill in his team his own hard work ethic.
Instill and Nielsen's combined service provides foodservice manufacturers with clean, consistently-coded data, enabling them to make faster, more knowledgeable business decisions.
In a nutshell: The play may be dated, but the performances instill veracity into Clare Booth Luce's glimpse into the jaundiced lives of some monumentally shallow Manhattan ladies.
Counselors should know they have the ability to instill character qualities, such as friendship skills, stress management, delaying gratification, controlling impulses, and decision-making, by building on strengths, showing confidence, having reasonable expectations, and fostering independence.
The NCNW is committed to creating and bringing programs to local communities nationwide which instill self-esteem, build motivation and a genuine feeling of achievement.
The survey findings are consistent with what we've seen in the industry, where most manufacturers are buried in program claims processing and are unable to tap into their trade spend data to understand program effectiveness or national account business buying trends," said Jeffrey Smith, Vice President of Marketing at Instill.
In my view, Bratton must instill in all of us, police and community alike, the idea of full partnership working with community groups as the eyes and the ears to fight crime.
Many leading foodservice companies turn to Instill for the tools and services they need to scale with their growth," said Jeff Smith, Instill's Vice President of Marketing.
We selected Instill because they really understand the foodservice business, and have a track record of delivering solutions to address trade spend issues for manufacturers," noted Bryan Krayer, Director of Sales Finance for ConAgra.