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permeate something with something

to saturate something with something. The comedian permeated his act with smutty jokes. The evening air was permeated with the smell of jasmine.
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permeate through something

to seep in and saturate something. The coffee spilled on the desk and permeated through all the papers and stuff. The strong odor permeated through the walls and nearly suffocated us.
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First, the researchers manufactured spray-dried permeates from skim milk, Cheddar, cottage and mozzarella cheese in triplicate.
1]), with total recycle of the juice retained while the permeate was continuously removed, in this way, the juice in the feeding tank has become increasingly concentrate.
The carrier gas flow rate in the permeate chamber must be very low (in order to present a detectable carbon dioxide concentration at the permeate outlet) and have a perfect mixing flow pattern.
This reality does not emerge out of law and order but bubbles forth from the cosmic springs of life as the Spirit of God permeates life as salt, leaven, and light.
An authority on media and children, Joanne Cantor draws upon her years of experience and expertise to write Teddy's TV Troubles, a reassuring children's picturebook that charmingly, entertainingly, and effectively assists parents to help their children deal with disturbing material such as that which visually permeates everything from television news broadcasts, to dramatic series, to sitcoms, to afternoon and weekend specials.
The panel mount fitting features a weep port to relieve the pressure that can build up between the primary and secondary tubing in the event of a leak or if chemical media permeates through the primary line over time.
The sense of community is realized when old and new interact with love and respect, and the feeling permeates the pages presenting fresh insight to the legacy of Harlem and its people.
Or scientists could develop a version that permeates the bloodbrain barrier.
One of the hallmarks of our company is an attitude of service that permeates all our professional efforts," Keleher said.
Connaughton says that as the pressurized air used to fill tires slowly permeates tire walls and escapes, it not only leads to underinflation, but the oxygen portion of the air reacts with the chemical bonds in the rubber, weakening it and reducing tire life.
State tax implications of electronic commerce will now be integrated into the regular curriculum, however, a reflection of how e-commerce now permeates even the most routine matters.
As molten metal runs over the surface of a green sand mold, moisture in the sand is converted to steam that permeates between the sand grains.
But his broader oeuvre--photographs, paintings, sculptures, decollages, objects, films, "Macintoshages" (computer-derived collages)--and the irreverent wit that permeates it, deserves another look.
The spirit of Oscar Wilde permeates Keith Behrman's Ernest.