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stimulate (someone or an animal) into something

to excite or cause someone or an animal to do something. The promises of bonuses stimulated the workers into higher productivity for the week. The morning light stimulates the birds into singing.
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This event is powered by Chick-Fil-A, Bronner Brothers, Stimulate America, United Corp International Kitchen & Bath, People United Foundation, Georgia Beverage Association, Good Ol' Boys Charities, Gang Breakers, the Kiwanis Club of Northside Atlanta and many considerate citizens for their toy donations.
Briefly, adult female Sprague-Dawley rats were ovariectomized and implanted with 20-[micro]g estradiol-containing beeswax pellets to promote nuclear ER retention and stimulate nuclear type II sites (Markaverich et al.
Uses: Stimulates lymph & is anti-fungal and anti-viral
Listening to music and telling stories stimulate elders to resurrect these memories and focus on what remains.
As the Senate considers critically important legislation to stimulate the faltering U.
Scientists are also trying to identify the chemical signals that stimulate the brain's dormant immature myelin-producing cells to wake up, grow up, and start working.
But starting in 1995, the newly elected Republican majority in Congress began balancing the budget with a different, two-pronged, approach: cutting spending growth and cutting taxes to stimulate the economy.
Finally, the electrodes stimulate his brain cells into thinking they're seeing.
They are well known to stimulate axon regeneration by making proteins that promote nerve growth either on contact, or at a distance (by secreting growth factors).
There are three styles of earrings designed to stimulate the acupuncture reflect points just above the ear lobe on the inside of the ear.
But if they were to stimulate the economy, the majority (57 percent) would use the investment tax credit; 50 percent would reduce the capital gains tax rate.
A nationwide survey of 1,400 CPA tax practitioners conducted by the American Institute of CPAs'tax division disclosed that many tax proposals now under consideration would do little to stimulate economic growth.
Still other receptor mutations allow nonandrogens (such as the estrogens) and even androgen inhibitors to stimulate cancer growth.
They deliver oxygen and nutrients to the cells and stimulate the immune system.
The state will invest $20 million in the "New York Main Street Program" which should stimulate downtown revitalization in communities across the State.