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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inhabit.


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  • So Mcleod's awakening to the truth of the liminal state that he inhabits is shown as an expansion of perception under the tutelage of Ramirez, a developing awareness of the "Quickening", a strange force infusing the world, this animistic life-force symbolised in the breath and heartbeat of a stag and in a bolt of lightning called down from the heavens.

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Seams

  • The first thing it inhabits is a young child but it kind of hops bodies throughout the movie.

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  • If in the first few days of life the child perceives that the world he inhabits is a safe place, one that is nurturing, supportive, giving and loving, then the child will feel trust.

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  • The animal from which the chamois skin derives its name inhabits the high mountains from the Pyrenees to the Caucasus.

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  • That, he said, is preferable to the world he inhabits, which is, "let's admit it, an often narrow-minded Hollywood industry."


  • If man were in harmony with this, if he too were righteous, he would inherit of his Father a something in his degree correspondent to the creative power in Him; and the world he inhabits, which is but an extension of his body, would, I think, be subject to him in a way surpassing his wildest dreams of dominion, for it would be the perfect dominion of holy law -- a virtue flowing to and from him through the channel of a perfect obedience.

    Miracles of Our Lord

  • More specifically, taking the wholly unsupportable position that because one "inhabits" a place on our globe one is knowledgeable about its characteristics.

    Drinking the water in Mexico

  • Which means in particular that they are not the post-scientific Cartesian dualistic foo-foo that for most today is the default concept: The Ghost in the Machine approach, by which Descartes and the scientists held that a soul was a spirit that somehow "inhabits" a material body.

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  • And Russell Crowe really kind of inhabits the center of the picture, but there's great interplay between he and Paul Bettany.

    CNN Transcript Nov 14, 2003

  • Many chose to dwell in this invisible jail instead of the physical jail Suwicha now 'inhabits'.

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