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inspire someone with something

to use something to inspire someone; to stimulate or encourage someone with something. The president inspired us all with patriotic speeches. She inspired us all with her story of heroism.
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inspire something in someone

to stimulate a particular quality in someone. You do not particularly inspire trust in me. She inspires fear in me.
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While Alice Walker's devotion to activism is incredible, what inspires me even more in my vision of America's future is the beauty and goodness she believes exist in all human beings.
Love Is For Everyone, is a new lifestyle brand positioned to inspire a positive change in the apparel market through thought-provoking positive art and 100% organic cotton.
The popular novel "The Legend of Holly Claus" is the first in a planned series of books and films involving Holly Claus and her quest to inspire children, and adults, to discover and realize their dreams.
This unique partnership with Mattel, the world's largest toy company, aims to inspire and stimulate kids' creativity through product innovation, co-branding and marketing of the best kid-invented toys.
yourexpedition is an international motivational company that inspires and enables individuals and teams to actively pursue their dreams by providing unique, authentic, personal stories of dreams in action, along with critical knowledge and tools necessary to work towards dreams.
Music From and Inspired by Tony Hawks Pro Skater 3 is the essence of Tony Hawks lifestyle the first of its kind to capture the music that inspires a world champion, shared for the first time to skateboarders all over the world.
Junior Achievement educates and inspires young people to value free enterprise, business and economics to improve the quality of their lives.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Inspire Medical Systems, the leading developer of neurostimulation therapies for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), provided an update today on four important company initiatives: