Infusibleness

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Infusibleness Infusibility.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n infusibleness Infusibility.
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Quotations

  • George W. Russell
    George W. Russell
    “Any relations in a social order will endure, if there is infused into them some of that spirit of human sympathy which qualifies life for immortality.”

Usage

In literature:

The fresh current infused life once more into my soul.
"O. T." by Hans Christian Andersen
The English, thanks to their sturdy Saxon origin, elevated, not depressed, by the Norman infusion, never were children.
"Ernest Maltravers, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
The old terms require to have a new meaning infused into them.
"Henrik Ibsen" by Edmund Gosse
She made an infusion of the leaves, and drank it as a tonic.
"Canadian Crusoes" by Catherine Parr Traill
Temporary relief had been several times afforded by infusion of digitalis.
"Scientific American Supplement No. 299" by Various
Chryso- From 2 From 2 Infusible.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 363, December 16, 1882" by Various
Dr. Tyndall showed that where there is quiescence in the air the tendency of his sterilized infusions to produce organisms was increased.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 358, November 11, 1882" by Various
The infusion of capital into the business acted on him like a powerful stimulant.
"A Man of Means" by P. G. Wodehouse and C. H. Bovill
Oh, they were seasoned, each of them, with a bitter infusion!
"Imogen" by William Godwin
Let it infuse a fortnight, stirring it several times a day.
"Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches" by Eliza Leslie
A pleasant languour, like a light opiate, infused his consciousness; yet he was by no means mentally inactive.
"Alias The Lone Wolf" by Louis Joseph Vance
Oh, it would not be thus but for the true manhood which our government infuses into loyal citizens.
"Government and Rebellion" by E. E. Adams
He infused by his example a quiet but noble courage into the soul of Anselm.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume V" by John Lord
The way of using this herb is to pour boiling water upon the leaves, and the infusion cures all diseases.
"A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. I" by Robert Kerr
Mix from one to four drachms of bruised gall-nuts with a pint of boiling water, and infuse for two hours, then strain and sweeten.
"Enquire Within Upon Everything" by Anonymous
The leaves made into a tincture or infusion are now an officinal drug, valued in catarrh of the throat or stomach.
"The Wild Flowers of California: Their Names, Haunts, and Habits" by Mary Elizabeth Parsons
After infusing some time, strain, and dissolve three Ounces of Honey in the Infusion.
"Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health" by Samuel Auguste David Tissot
One teaspoonful of the infusion may be given every third hour to a child of five years.
"A System of Practical Medicine by American Authors, Vol. I" by Various
They were of benefit to England and France, for they brought an infusion of fresh blood into those countries.
"Beauties and Antiquities of Ireland" by T. O. Russell
Let the mixture infuse for about two hours.
"The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book" by Victor Hirtzler
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In poetry:

Justice ordained it; mercy then
Made it more light to bear.
Unasked by thee, Christ sweetened it,
His love infusing there.
"Weep Not" by Leo Alishan
Breathe softly on my harp, O Muse!
In gentle strains now clothe its songs,
Thy all inspiring force infuse,
While singing of the black man's wrongs.
"The Black Man's Wrongs" by James Madison Bell
Jove, it is, descendeth
In those crystal rills;
And this world-wide tremor
Is a pulse that thrills
To a god's life infused through veins of velvet hills.
"A Summer Shower" by Henry Timrod
Yet, since there was such haste requir'd;
To know the Subject 'twas desir'd,
On which they must infuse;
That they might temper Words and Rules,
And with their Counsel carry Tools,
As Country-Doctors use.
"To Mr. F. Now Earl Of W" by Anne Kingsmill Finch
From this lowe Mansion of a troubled mind;
Whose princely fauour may such grace infuse,
That I may spread Her Virtues in like kind: But in this triall of my slender skill,
I wanted knowledge to performe my will.
"To The Queenes Most Excellent Majestie" by Aemilia Lanyer
Ah, no! my child, with such vain themes
I will not mar thy quiet rest
Nor wish ambition’s restless dreams
Infused into thy tranquil breast;
Too soon will manhood’s weight of care
O’ercloud that waxen brow so fair.
"To My First Born" by Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon

In news:

Brazilian beer maker Skol has infused its brew into the creamy middle of some Cadbury-like Easter eggs that are available in, of course, six packs.
Victoria and Richard MacKenzie-Childs salvaged an iconic ferry from retirement, infusing it with décor rich enough to match its history.
Equipping Teachers to Infuse Technology.
Oct 19, 2012 — Infusing the flavor of something heavy into a lighter liquid is a practice that's centuries old.
The light tarragon-infused sauce begs to be sopped up with crusty bread.
Airs Friday, Oct 12, at 8 pm Bassist Chris Allen will be joined by Matt Harris on keyboards and Galen Smith on drums for live, jazz-infused music.
Registered Nurse Infusion Per Diem Company Name: Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
The Spheres infusers were therefore inspired by the idea of tea leaves from around the w...
At live shows, he engages the crowd and infuses his own sense of humor into the music.
Pizza, pasta and more are infused with a taste of the Irishman .
New infusion, led by Samsung, brings total investment to $100m.
Infusion of state money needed, city officials tell financial advisory board.
Despite new infusions of cash, former House speaker Newt Gingrich is still being crushed in Florida television ad spending by former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney.
MillerCoors said it's pausing the rollout of a new caffeine-infused alcoholic energy drink pending talks with 25 states that don't want the company to release the beverage.
What sets the Jewish people apart from the rest of the world is our ability to infuse everyday life with kedushah, elevating the mundane to a higher plane.
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In science:

Over the last twenty years, there has been a general trend towards the infusion of physical ideas into mathematics.
A Stringy Product on Twisted Orbifold K-theory
The first one consists in the continuous infusion of thiol-containing reducers from the cathode , so that the proteins are kept in a reducing environment.
Variations on a theme: Changes to electrophoretic separations that can make a difference
This counter-example itself is infused with error and confusion, including the same conceptual confusion that leads to the error described in (1) above.
On the Foundations of Quantum Key Distribution - Reply to Renner and Beyond
Indeed a ma jor development of ordinal recursion theory is the infusion of set-theoretic ideas in studying recursion-theoretic problems.
Ordinal Recursion Theory
This information will significantly enhance our ability to model site displacements from tides, atmosphere and ocean loading, and ground-water infusion.
Improving LLR Tests of Gravitational Theory
This is because (1) they dramatically impact upon the nuclear physics processes that govern the formation of light elements, and (2) also stellar dynamics and the infusion of heavy elements into the interstellar medium.
What is the Role of Neutrinos in Shaping the Universe?
These infusions of gas will most likely change the metallicity of a galaxy.
OVI Absorption in the Milky Way Disk, and Future Prospects for Studying Absorption at the Galaxy-IGM Interface
Besides the string infusion, several other developments have stimulated much research on BHT in the 1990’s. I hope the reader will forgive me for just mentioning a few that have been particularly influential.
Black Hole Thermodynamics Today
Yet another test of the polymer-diffusion hypothesis was to continuously infuse microsphere suspensions into the cylindrical lumen under pressure (configuration B).
Long-range forces extending from polymer-gel surfaces
Material identification of nonlinear solids infused with a fluid.
Diffusion of a fluid through a viscoelastic solid
Infusion pumps, patient monitors, electrocardiograms, portable CAT machines, pulse oximeter sensors, heart rate monitors, pacemakers, breathing sensors, cardiac defibrillators, activity sensors, and insulin pumps are some examples of medical devices which have Bluetooth or WiFi access.
The Enemy Within: The Emerging Threats to Healthcare from Malicious Mobile Devices
It can be a life threatening attack, if the adversary is able to send malicious command to a implantable defibrillator, pacemaker or an infusion pump.
The Enemy Within: The Emerging Threats to Healthcare from Malicious Mobile Devices
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