implant

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v implant put firmly in the mind "Plant a thought in the students' minds"
    • v implant become attached to and embedded in the uterus "The egg fertilized in vitro implanted in the uterus of the birth mother with no further complications"
    • v implant fix or set securely or deeply "He planted a knee in the back of his opponent","The dentist implanted a tooth in the gum"
    • n implant a prosthesis placed permanently in tissue
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Armadillos breed in July, but get pregnant in November after delaying implantation. This allows the young to be born during the spring when there is an abundance of food
    • v. t Implant To plant, or infix, for the purpose of growth; to fix deeply; to instill; to inculate; to introduce; as, to implant the seeds of virtue, or the principles of knowledge, in the minds of youth. "Minds well implanted with solid . . . breeding."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: In 1982, in the first operation of its kind, doctors at the University of Utah Medical Center implanted a permanent artificial heart in the chest of retired dentist Dr. Barney Clark, who lived 112 days with the device.
    • implant To plant, set, fix, or lodge; cause to take root or form a vital union: with in: as, to implant living tissue from one part of the body in another; to implant sound principles in the mind.
    • implant To cause to be supplied or enriched; imbue or endow: with with.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Timmie Jean Lindsey of Houston, TX became the first person to get silicone breast implants in 1962.
    • v.t Implant im-plant′ to fix into: to insert: to infuse
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Quotations

  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
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    “There is nothing capricious in nature and the implanting of a desire indicates that its gratification is in the constitution of the creature that feel it.”
  • Charles Dickens
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    “There is a passion for hunting something deeply implanted in the human breast.”

Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Pref. im-, in + plant,: cf. F. implanter,

Usage

In literature:

Further, the conventional factors implanted in mankind from earliest childhood play their part.
"The Sexual Life of the Child" by Albert Moll
An implant of free cartilage may be necessary to support the skin flaps and to prevent subsequent contraction.
"Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition." by Alexander Miles
Now, the Word is implanted within you in a way to give you the certain comfort and sure hope of your salvation.
"Epistle Sermons, Vol. II" by Martin Luther
We can be guided only by the knowledge of right and wrong He has implanted in us.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
You could very well have implanted a new life in her, which is all that we have done.
"Inside John Barth" by William W. Stuart
Faith in God implants this law in the individual and national heart.
"The Christian Foundation, Or, Scientific and Religious Journal, Volume I, No. 11, November, 1880" by Various
God indeed seemed to implant in us a wish to improve, and then very often seemed steadily and deliberately to thwart that wish.
"Beside Still Waters" by Arthur Christopher Benson
Possibly it was implanted by nature to a certain extent, and in addition he cultivated and developed the natural gift.
"General Gordon" by Seton Churchill
They occupy the anterior four-fifths of the tongue, on which they are implanted by a narrow pedicle.
"North American Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 2, No. 3, July, 1826" by Various
This belief you very soon firmly implanted in me.
"The Practice of Autosuggestion" by C. Harry Brooks
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In poetry:

If Reason be the sole safe guide
In man implanted from above,
Why crave we for one only face,
Why consecrate the name of Love?
"The Door Of Humility" by Alfred Austin
And with a heaven-implanted pride,
Superbly rowing now to land;
The brave bird has her charge denied
To all, but to the mother's hand.
"The Swan" by William Hayley
"Dark sin, the deadly foe of love,
All bowers of bliss thou shalt infest,
Implanting thorns the flowers above,
And one black feather in the breast
Of purest dove.
"Mount Arafa" by Richard Doddridge Blackmore
The law of God, in ev'ry servant's breast,
Implant — of that, on all occasions talk,
Whenever thou dost rise, or go to rest,
At home, abroad, when thou dost sit, or walk.
"Advice To Ev'ry Master Of A Family, To Govern His House In A Religious Manner" by Rees Prichard
E'en the flower of the garden is nurtur'd and rear'd,
And guarded from evil with delicate care;
But thou, like the wild weed, despised of all,
Wert known but to Him who implanted thee here.
"The Wild Flower" by Caroline Fry
Nought can wound him, sword or arrow,
Only powerless are the spells
Where on the footsole implanted
There is hid a birth-mark narrow,
But this hero's brow enchanted
Every woman's love compels.
"Preface To Diarmid's Story" by John Douglas Sutherland Campbell

In news:

"Patients who previously could not undergo the implantation of a transvenous defibrillator , now have a device option to protect them from deadly arrhythmias," said Dr.
In most cases, the wires are left in.u u uNationally, more than 100,000 patients have surgeries to implant defibrillators each year.
Conventional defibrillators , known as transvenous defibrillators , are implanted with wires, called the leads, that snake through veins into the heart.
Leads connect the heart to defibrillators , implantable.
The test also has been given to a group of 43 patients who have had heart failure but no history of having had implanted defibrillators and 28 participants of the same age without histories of heart failure or implanted defibrillators .
A new generation of heart implants is changing lives and according to a new study, saving them as well.
Cameron believes its devices could be used in some 40% of patients who need implantable defibrillators .
Doctors in Florida said the 61-year-old unidentified man had an Medtronic implantable cardiac defibrillator to prevent sudden cardiac arrest.
Virginia Bane, 89, of Pollock Pines, has a miniature telescope implanted in her left eye.
Ophthalmology Drugs, implants, stem cells offer hope as macular degeneration cases grow.
More than 2 million Tapered Screw-Vent Implants have been sold worldwide.
Implant (Basic Dental Implant s ) at time of initial placement.
The center, which is owned by Kismet and her husband Chris Mayo, offers complete dentures and partials, relines and repairs, as well as implant retained dentures .
A study by Dr Ziv Mazor et al, published in Implant Dentistry, presents results of a single-molar area rehabilitated by 2 narrow- diameter dental implants.
Hot threesome action, breast implants gone awry, and jokes about the morbidly obese are all part of the Sept 20 premiere of FX's controversial drama.
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In science:

Implantation and decay events were correlated in different detectors depending of the implantation depth of the 45Fe ions.
Two-proton radioactivity
From the observation of the second decay after 45Fe implantation, the half-life of the daughter decay, in coincidence with the 1.151 MeV peak, could be determined.
Two-proton radioactivity
The fragments of interest were selected and separated with the LISE3 separator and implanted in a silicon telescope with a double-sided silicon strip detector being the central device.
Two-proton radioactivity
The setup allowed correlating in time and space these implantation events with subsequent decays.
Two-proton radioactivity
Seven of the eight implantation events are followed by a decay with an energy release of 1.48(2) MeV (see Fig. 13).
Two-proton radioactivity
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