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in sti ling

  • n  teaching or impressing upon the mind by frequent instruction or repetition
  • v  impart gradually
  • v  enter drop by drop
  • v  produce or try to produce a vivid impression of
  • v  teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions
  • v  fill, as with a certain quality

  • In the end, maybe the best defense you can give your kids is not a blind fear of strangers but rather instilling self-assurance and presence of mind.
  • And he was the person most responsible, of all the Founders, for instilling in the new nation the virtue that is central to its role in the world struggle: that of tolerance .
  • They say that by instilling confidence, encouraging some risk taking, being accepting of failure and expanding the areas in which children may be successful, both parents and .

  • John Major in International Herald Tribune
    He could be moody and introspective, but once he was a friend, he was a friend for life,former British Prime Minister John Major told the British Broadcasting Corp. "I think his tremendous work in terms of instilling democracy is what will...
  • Sean Avery in Newsday
    I knew after that game, if he didn't scratch me, it would be a mistake for our team, not this year but next year and the year after that. Whatever he's instilling now is something that had to be done,Avery said. "It sucked that it was in...
  • Intikhab Alam in Hindu
    It's not an easy job and I have taken up this assignment as a big challenge,Alam said. "Nobody is (player) bigger than the game and instilling discipline among the players will be my priority."

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