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  • v. Present participle of engraft.

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Examples

  • And then, again, he proceeds to tell us the spiritual actions which vivify a man, that is, the engrafting of the

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • It naturally occurred to those interested in the Medical Institution that their problems of University connection and of endowment referred to by the Solicitor-General could be solved by "engrafting" the Institution on the proposed McGill

    McGill and its Story, 1821-1921

  • The cells are engrafting — they're staying in the bloodstream, they're expanding over time, said Lalezari, who has no personal financial ties to Sangamo, the study's sponsor.

    Gene therapy raises hope for a future AIDS cure

  • Kawashima I, Zanjani ED, Almaida-Porada G, Flake AW, Zeng H, Ogawa M. CD34+ human marrow cells that express low levels of Kit protein are enriched for long-term marrow-engrafting cells.

    Fetal Stem Cell Transplantation, In Utero Stemm Cell Publications

  • Like Pullman, the Founding Father called them "superstitions" and "fabrications" added by people who had "an interest in sophisticating & perverting the simple doctrines [Jesus] taught by engrafting on them the mysticisms of a Grecian sophist, frittering them into subtleties & obscuring them with jargon."

    'The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ,' reviewed by Ron Charles

  • And then, of course, there are all the challenges of actually engrafting patients.

    Is Stem Cell Research Making Progress?

  • Not a single future dreamed of engrafting itself on this solitary old man.

    Les Miserables

  • They dreamed of engrafting a temperate power on the absolute and excessive principle.

    Les Miserables

  • It intimates more strongly the dynamic structure of the Christian life itself, which is that of divinization through engrafting into Christ.

    On The Same Old Thing

  • It is idle to expect any great advancement in science from the superinducing and engrafting of new things upon old.

    The New Organon

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