2 : to spread throughout <The smell of smoke permeated
Indeed, the amount of carbon dioxide permeated
is obtained from the concentration of this gas at the permeate chamber output and the input carrier flow rate.
Other Democrats said they think religion has permeated
the political discussion like never before and accused Republicans of exploiting it as a political tool.
A devoted vitalist, Steiner claimed that unseen "ethereal" and "astral" forces permeated
the universe and were intimately tied to living creatures.
However, biblical texts are permeated
with historical accounts that make reference to historical sources rather than divine dictation (Josh 10:13; Num 21:14; 1 Chron 29:29); prayers that question God (Jer 20:7ff.
He also examines how the idea of other dimensions has permeated
not only science but also popular culture and literature--from Plato's suggestion that we perceive mere shadows of reality to Lewis Carroll's conception of a rabbit hole for Alice's passage from the real world.
to be fully authentic, it must be permeated
by religion, which for Catholics means Catholicism.
Though non-Japanese games are included in the discussion, Power Up especially examines how storytelling ideas in Japanese videogames have so thoroughly permeated
the gaming world, from the first-ever game cutscenes in Donkey Kong onward.
because they permeated
those communities, and spread their message.
An in-depth work of literary criticism that transcends boundaries to explore the occult forces that permeated
Bowles' life, the Moroccan mysteries and North African customs, culture, and magic he studied, the mystical influence drugs, sex, and music, and much more.