from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To graft (a scion) onto or into another plant.
- transitive v. To plant firmly; establish.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To insert, as a scion of one tree or plant into another, for the purpose of propagation; graft onto a plant
- v. To fix firmly into place
- adj. Engrafted.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. See ingraft.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- etc. See ingraft, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. cause to grow together parts from different plants
- v. fix or set securely or deeply
Human bone marrow CD34 - cells engraft in vivo and undergo multilineage expression including giving rise to CD34+ cells.
Can you imagine the difficulty of separating humanity from the imprint of the serpent, and trying to re-engraft the race into a lineage directly and unblemishedly connected to God, as God originally intended it to be, thus bringing humanity back into the garden?
This court would radically depart from the well-established limits of the judicial function were it to engraft such a restriction onto the Constitution in the absence of an explicit constitutional provision limiting the amendment power.
We must agree with certain principles, but the main thing we think about is Jesus - how His work and life and promises engraft into us.
It was unnatural for God to "engraft Gentiles onto the Jewish olive tree" (Romans 11: 24) and unnatural for women to have short hair, or for men to have long hair.
But the cases on which the district court relied do not engraft a rigid procedural/substantive distinction onto Section 2(b)(2).
He had been in isolation for weeks, because the chemotherapy and drugs they used to make his new bone marrow engraft left him with no immune system.
§ 284 "The court may increase the damages up to three times the amount found or assessed.", and because there is no principled reason for continuing to engraft a willfulness requirement onto section 284, I believe we should adhere to the plain meaning of the statute and leave the discretion to enhance damages in the capable hands of the district courts.
The most imaginative of men, yet writing with the precision of a mathematician, he endeavored to engraft a purely philosophical Ethics on the popular
And indeed, when I went home, that I might engraft them the better on my memory, I entered them down in writing: but I will not let you see them until you are in a frame more proper to benefit by them than you are likely to be in one while.