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- v. Present participle of engrain.
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Every time the government school system is allowed to get away with something like this if is further engraining into the next generation that weapons, hunting, being independent and freedom in general are not as important and being good government subjects.
Perhaps safer ground than engraining racial-based stereotypes is some self-deprecating humour about lawyers.
The high school has a way of engraining a deep emotional attachment in its alumni, said Lawrence J. Vilardo, a 1973 graduate and former chairman of the board of trustees.
That’s not to say that engraining the habit of leaving you alone REGULARLY is going to be easy to instill, but it’s certainly not impossible, in most cases.
My parents did a good job engraining it in my head. "
"By engraining themselves into the country's local business environment, these finalists have become a credit to Australia's migrant community - and to Australian business as a whole.