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  • v  thoroughly work in
  • v  produce or try to produce a vivid impression of
    Mother tried to ingrain respect for our elders in us

  • I think now we have really started to ingrain a new culture of looking at problems and being open and I think that's your biggest safeguard.
  • When in power from 1998 to 2004, the BJP renamed popular cities with names they deemed more "native" and changed school syllabi to ingrain a "Hindu" version of Indian history among .
  • I think now we have really started to ingrain a new culture of looking at problems and being open and I think that's your biggest safeguard.
Quotes

  • Aaron Baddeley in Miami Herald
    Those years were perfect for me to ingrain the character in me that I need to have to come and play in a major,said Baddeley, also one of the tour's most devout Christians.
  • Eric Nystrom in Edmonton Sun
    I definitely think they're trying to hammer in a mindset that we need to have -- ingrain an idea in our head,said Nystrom. "It's up to us to buy into it."

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