An infusion of ginger drank in the morning has frequently good effects.
"Observations Upon The Windward Coast Of Africa" by Joseph Corry
He infused vigour into serious principles.
"The Man Who Laughs" by Victor Hugo
And into all this mass of details he can infuse the spirit of life.
"Landmarks in French Literature" by G. Lytton Strachey
And thus much to prove that the soul does not come from the parents, but is infused by God.
"The Works of Aristotle the Famous Philosopher" by Anonymous
In spite of learned opinions to the contrary, the evidence now available seems to point to only a small infusion of Celtic blood.
"Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 2" by Charles Dudley Warner
Immortality of action comes only by the infusion of human blood.
"Quiet Talks with World Winners" by S. D. Gordon
How coal, an infusible substance, could be spread into strata by mere heat, is to me incomprehensible.
"Theory of the Earth, Volume 1 (of 4)" by James Hutton
She made the tea, and sat down again to wait until it should be infused.
"The Price of Love" by Arnold Bennett
It is a bitter aromatic infusion.
"Pioneers in Canada" by Sir Harry Johnston
But there came a man who infused new life into the monastic body.
"A Short History of Monks and Monasteries" by Alfred Wesley Wishart
Let us in thy bright panoply be drest,
Infuse thy mighty Spirit in each breast,
Teach thou our hands to war, with skill and might,
And let us not be vanquish'd in the fight.
"A Prayer Against The Temptations, And Assaults Of The Devil" by Rees Prichard
Infuse thro' them, to us such pow'r and might,
That each of us may worship thee aright,
And in his calling, thy bless'd name adore,
For Jesus' sake, who saves us by his pow'r.
"Another, Before Meat" by Rees Prichard
On thy breast in sabbath rest
How often have I lain, deep musing
In the golden eventide,
Till all the dead, for truth that died,
Looked from the skies with starry eyes,
Great thoughts infusing!
"To Poesy" by Charles Harpur
O sister meek of Truth,
To my admiring youth,
Thy sober aid and native charms infuse!
The flow'rs that sweetest breathe,
Tho' Beauty cull'd the wreath,
Still ask thy hand to range their order'd hues.
"Ode to Simplicity" by William Taylor Collins
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
The slaughter was also remarkable in that the victims were Sikhs, a religious minority never before targeted during a bloody decade infused with grief.
MIAMI (CBS/AP) Jamaica may be known for its marijuana-infused culture, but one of its biggest reggae stars, Buju Banton, was busted last week for attempting to buy cocaine from an undercover officer, according to federal authorities.
North Federal Highway in Lantana is nobody's idea of a tropical paradise, but it is getting a modest infusion of tropical spirit with the debut of Lantana Jack's (308 N. 561/847-4158) a modern American café with a pronounced Caribbean twist.
At The Cliff House Resort & Spa in Ogunquit, Maine, Broiled North Atlantic haddock is served with a pleasant lemongrass -infused Chardonnay sauce.
Dried lemongrass and chipotle infuse chicken breasts with heat and flavor.
The Near Southside's Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge (1311 Lipscomb St, 817-926-0986) just got a much-needed infusion of youngblood in the form of Jamie Kinser and Aaron Knight, co-founders of the upstart Fort Worth booking agency Blackbox.
Irving, TX—Provista, a supply chain improvement company, has signed a preferred partnership agreement with American Outcomes Management (AOM), a provider for home infusion services.
Mat Kearney infuses heart, and blood, in his writing.
How to infuse enough of this quality-grade potential into herd genetics--or even how much is enough--has remained something of a mystery.
Maxfield Parrish infused in romance.
Consisting of little more than egg whites and sugar infused with air, this miracle food has a plethora of uses.
A Mediterranean inspired soup with chicken, orzo , spinach, carrots, oregano and basil simmered in a lemon infused chicken broth and topped with a lemon wheel.
First came the coffee-infused shampoo.
Drug-Infused Gum Reduces Phosphate .
Jonathan Davis made an unusual series of comments regarding Korn's upcoming dubstep-infused record 'The Path of Totality.
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