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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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Intratracheal instillation of both nanometer-size ZnO (50-70 nm) and micrometer-size ZnO (< 1,000 nm) in rats resulted in severe cytotoxicity and neutrophilic (but not eosinophilic) inflammation that peaked at 24 hr and resolved by 4 weeks after instillation (Sayes et al.
Patients with non-muscle-invasive recurrences after intravesical chemotherapy can benefit from BCG instillations.
64) after the first instillation of Blink-N-Clean as well as those obtained after 14 days (mean grade 1.
This is the approach that Namibian visual artists Christine Skowski and Raphael Scriba have in their art instillation at the Franco Namibia Cultural Centre (FNCC).
Findings suggestive of reactive arthritis, as opposed to septic arthritis, include the onset of oligoarticular or polyarticular arthritis a few weeks after the last BCG instillation.
Mechanical ventilation and the role of saline instillation in suctioning adult intensive care unit patients: An evidence-based practice review.
1D, the analysis of a serum sample taken from a patient after a 60-min instillation with MMC and homogeneous heating of the bladder walls at 46.
The company says this case of instillation translates into continued product flow because no shutdowns and depressurization are required.
For example, investigators in her laboratory have shown that in rats, bladder inflammation induced through the instillation of turpentine can slow uterine contractions and elicit vaginal hyperalgesia.
Reduce this possibility by gently pressing your thumb on the inner canthus after instillation.
Reuters said Los Angeles' instillation of the AMP terminal is a part of a $50-million settlement awarded to the National Resources Defense Council and the Clean Air Coalition on behalf of San Pedro residents for their high rates of respiratory illness and cancer.
The overspill from his official instillation at St Philips Cathedral found itself watching the proceedings in the company of a whole host of sacred spirits, courtesy of the Old Joint Stock pub.
One might reasonably anticipate that instillation of any topical cochleotoxic agent into the middle ear would primarily affect the inner hair cells responsible for ultrahigh-frequency hearing that are closest to the round window membrane portal of entry.
The wounds that were colonized by multidrug-resistant bacteria were treated with aggressive surgical debridement and local instillation of colistin.