prime with

prime (someone or something) with (something)

To prepare someone or something (for some action or activity) by supplying them or it with something. You'll need to prime the lawn mower with three pumps of gasoline before you will be able to start it. He primed me with various pieces of advice and information ahead of my meeting with the prime minister.
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prime something with something

to enable something to start working or functioning with something. Larry primed the pump with a little water, and it began to do its work. We will prime the market for our new product with a free coupon offer.
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The foundation has since announced that it will award $100,000 to the discoverer of the first prime with at least 10 million digits.
The transaction provides Prime with additional surplus and stability to expand its market and continue as an innovator within the excess and surplus marketplace.
His list of prime-number trophies includes a host of curios: the largest known prime whose digits are also primes; the largest known prime with one 5 and all the rest 9s; and the largest known prime whose digits are either 0 or 1.
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In 1988, he and a colleague had discovered a previously overlooked Mersenne prime with an exponent between 100,000 and 130,000 (SN: 2/6/88, p.
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