Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. induere, to put on, clothe, fr. OL. indu,fr. in-, in) + a root seen also in L. exuere, to put off, divest, exuviae, the skin of an animal, slough, induviae, clothes. Cf. Endue to invest
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. enduire—L. inducĕre—in, into, ducĕre, to lead. In certain senses the word is closely related to induĕre, to put on.
I have: the gown will not be indued without perplexity.
"The Double-Dealer" by William Congreve
She had indued her feet with goloshes and pinned up her skirts till they looked like some demented Paris mode.
"Huntingtower" by John Buchan
The Brahmans derive their origin from Indu, the moon, and are called Induvansa; Indu, Soma, or Chandra, meaning moon in Sanskrit.
"From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan" by Helena Pretrovna Blavatsky
He is represented as an immense Giant who had seven heads, and was indued with immense strength and abilities.
"Captain Cook's Journal During the First Voyage Round the World" by James Cook
Indue the signet of Solomon!
"The Twilight of the Gods, and Other Tales" by Richard Garnett
Upon them, and beneath the short skirt of a red flannel petticoat, she had indued a pair of cricket-guards.
"Poison Island" by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (Q)
But he that is indued with wisedome, let him consider of the glorious brightnes thereof.
"Hypnerotomachia" by Francesco Colonna
Slowly, very slowly, he divested himself of his clothes, and, piece by piece, indued himself in the old finery.
"The Mayor of Troy" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Afterwards Araspas himselfe falleth in loue with the saide ladie, but she indued with greate chastitie, auoydeth his earnest sute.
"The Palace of Pleasure, Volume 1" by William Painter
We now come to the noble Dog, indued by the Creator with qualities which especially fit him to be the companion of man.
"Stories of Animal Sagacity" by W.H.G. Kingston
If Poets pens deserued prayse,
Whose paynes deserued well:
Much more the mindes, the pens, the men,
Indued with heauenly skill.
"P. K. In commendation of this worke" by Roger Cotton
None to her secrets save the few
Who hold that facts are far less real
Than dreams, with which all facts indue
Themselves approaching the Ideal.
"The Higher Brotherhood" by Madison Julius Cawein
Love justice, and sobriety pursue,
Use purity and holiness, indue
The robe of perfect love, and let no stain,
However slight, defile thy soul again.
"A Preparation For The Holy Communion" by Rees Prichard
Can this thy love undo me
When in the heavy waves?
Nay; it must make unto me
Their groaning backs but slaves!
For its magic doth indue me
With strength o'er all their graves.
"Leander To Hero" by Madison Julius Cawein
And I shall thereupon
Take rest, ere I be gone
Once more on my adventure brave and new:
Fearless and unperplexed,
When I wage battle next,
What weapons to select, what armour to indue.
"Rabbi Ben Ezra" by Robert Browning
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For a long time, having Niagara Falls in our backyard was a source of not only tourists, but abundant, cheap power that helped make the region an indu.
I am writing regarding Judge Indu Thomas.
Fig. 4: The ﬁnite system dimensionality and sample size indu ced ﬂuctuations of “signal” (blue) and “noise ” (black) eigenvalues about their limiting positions are shown.
Sample eigenvalue based detection of high dimensional signals in white noise using relatively few samples
Note that as a U (h)-module, C (λ) ∼= IndU (h) ¯1 ) Cλ .
Degenerate Affine Hecke-Clifford Algebras and Type $Q$ Lie Superalgebras
For the circle metric, the sum in equation (8) has the same type of corrections to the asymptotic form, but does not suffer from the variation indued by XOR.
Searching for Nodes in Random Graphs
The lemma follows from the following fact (known as the tensor product formula): For any µ ∈ h∗ n and any sln -module Y there exists a unique sln -isomorphism M (µ) ⊗ Y ∼→ IndU (sln ) U (n+ ⊕ h)(Cvµ ⊗ Y ), which sends vµ ⊗ u to vµ ⊗ u (u ∈ Y ).
Lie algebras and degenerate Affine Hecke Algebras of type A
On the vector space V ⊗ Cb (Ψ) introduce the positive semideﬁnite sesquilinear form indu ced by hx ⊗ f , y ⊗ gi = Γ(x, y)(g∗ f ), where x, y ∈ X and f , g ∈ Cb (Ψ).
Test Functions, Kernels, Realizations and Interpolation