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  • Within that same vein, not unlike International Building Codes which all Architectural standards have to adhere to at a minimum, it is always at the discretion of the Architect to embue the project with social morality and environmental stewarship.

    Daniel Libeskind’s ‘Sustainable’ Prefab | Inhabitat

  • I think it represents the first time that anyone has attempted to embue artistry into a "game" without any intent of making it fun to control.

    The Path For Art Games

  • I've tried to write this clearly and plainly, I've tried to embue my words with information but also outrage.

    Warning: Rant

  • "Secretary Clinton has long recognized the power of the Internet and its embodiment of the fundamental democratic principals of our nation," Dowd tells techPresident, echoing a recent push by the State Department to embue digital technologies with political meaning under the banner of 21st Century Statecraft.

    What a Clinton-ified State.gov looks like

  • I always thought D. Kirsten was the best operatic crossover singer; she used her full range, but a smaller tone, and she did not try to embue with "grandeur."

    Salvati dunque e scolpati

  • I think Professor Waldron is absolutely correct that it is "obtuse" to attempt to construe the torture statute and the Geneva Conventions without giving serious regard to the moral and practical objectives that obviously embue those laws.

    Balkinization

  • I think Professor Waldron is absolutely correct that it is "obtuse" to attempt to construe the torture statute and the Geneva Conventions without giving serious regard to the moral and practical objectives that obviously embue those laws.

    Balkinization

  • I think Professor Waldron is absolutely correct that it is "obtuse" to attempt to construe the torture statute and the Geneva Conventions without giving serious regard to the moral and practical objectives that obviously embue those laws.

    Balkinization

  • I think Professor Waldron is absolutely correct that it is "obtuse" to attempt to construe the torture statute and the Geneva Conventions without giving serious regard to the moral and practical objectives that obviously embue those laws.

    Balkinization

  • I think Professor Waldron is absolutely correct that it is "obtuse" to attempt to construe the torture statute and the Geneva Conventions without giving serious regard to the moral and practical objectives that obviously embue those laws.

    Balkinization

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