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inculcate

ing kuhl kayt

  • v  teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions
    inculcate values into the young generation

  • Of greatest urgency is the effort to inculcate an intellectual and political orientation that promotes democracy and openness.
  • Agnivesh: Indian society needs to change; it needs to inculcate the values of doubt and dissent.
  • These Soviet-era monuments were designed to inculcate belief in (and fear of) the regime.
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  • What 'Jaws' Can Teach Big Brands About Marketing
    By now you know of my love affair - or is it an addiction? - with pop culture. Anytime I can infuse, imbue and inculcate it into any digital marketing , advertising or branding topic, rest assured I will.
    Aug. 6, 2013 - Business Insider

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