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The smoke and peat that saturate the boozy oak imbue the beer with a richness that's unmistakably ancient.
He could imbue adult cells, which are normally fixed in specific roles, with the limitless potential of stem cells.
Also part of the bending and twisting of language is to imbue it with meaning to those who understand the code.
Apparently, no effort was made to imbue the flag with any special symbolism.
Only a few ideas so capture our imagination that they imbue objects with universal meaning.
Sponsors imbue the ship with their spirit during its years of service, according to maritime tradition.
These flights are critical to imbue the design process with actual flight test data.

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