- v. Simple past tense and past participle of assimilate.
“But if the public highway is nothing but an accessory of private property; if the communal lands are converted into private property; if the public domain, in short, assimilated to private property, is guarded, exploited, leased, and sold like private property, -- what remains for the proletaire?”
“The entire people seems by degrees to have been Assyrianized, or at any rate Semitized-assimilated, that is, to the stock of nations to which the Jews, the northern Arabs, the Aramaeans or Syrians, the”
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“My theory is that they're all tuned into some collective consciousness like the Borg and that I haven't been here long enough to be assimilated, which is okay with me.”
“-- Harry S. Truman Virtually every aspect of poker play is represented by terms assimilated into common parlance.”
“(whereby, according to this theory, it develops the heat which keeps the body warm), it first becomes assimilated, that is, becomes an integral part of the animal body -- blood, fat, muscle.”
“And to this extent, Robbe-Grillet has been proven correct when in the same essay he predicts that this sort of modernist experimentation (with which he more or less associated his own fiction) will become "assimilated," viewed by critics still attuned only to the past as the most recent golden age of storytelling.”
“And unless Catholics have a conversion of heart that helps us see what we've become -- that we haven't just" assimilated "to American culture, but that we've also been absorbed and bleached and digested by it -- then we'll fail in our duties to a new generation and a new electorate.”
“And unless Catholics have a conversion of heart that helps us see what we've become -- that we haven't just "assimilated" to American culture, but that we've also been absorbed and bleached and digested by it -- then we'll fail in our duties to a new generation and a new electorate.”
“I've done Haiti work all my life and have run into the "assimilated" white savior who feels so assimilated and "Haitian" he can insist on his cultural empathy as credential for LEADING the indigenous Haitian to liberty!”
“Gerhard is already completely "assimilated," of course, but he is outdone by Erich, who falls in love with and marries Noroni's sister.”
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