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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of permeate.

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Examples

  • “Ironically, then, it would seem that the authors of the ‘Copycats’ report, which delineates a wired-up Britain permeated by the ‘copycat’ tendency in the realm of digital artefacts, are themselves unconscious copycats, albeit of a different, more rarefied kind, in the realm of ideas.”

    Entertainment industry bullshit

  • This claim is highly problematic in that the texts that record the edicts and prayers, in particular, were compiled long after the Nihon shoki in an age Norinaga himself described as permeated by the “Chinese mind” and these forms have their own stylistic conventions.

    The Kokugaku (Native Studies) School

  • His name permeated all the significant moments of the continent's development from its colonial past, and he had played a key supportive role in South Africa's path to freedom.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In fact, so permeated is children’s literature by progressive ideals that Mickenberg and Nel were forced to narrow their scope by focusing on texts that have fallen out of print.

    Remembering Simple Joe Malarkey

  • '' Allah bears witness that the love of jihad and death in the cause of Allah has dominated my life and the verses of the sword permeated every cell in my heart, 'and fight the pagans all together as they fight you all together.'

    911Blogger.com - Paying Attention to 9/11 Related News

  • City minister Myners seeks review of how investment banking has 'permeated' society

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The word had permeated Labour’s 1945 election manifesto; and initially at least, Labour’s drive to the commanding heights would rally around the concept of planning as the key to the potential promise of nationalization.

    THE COMMANDING HEIGHTS

  • Finocchiaro claims I insist a proverbial "scarlet letter" marks the believers on Cornell's campus, a place "permeated" by anti-religious bias.

    Stories from The Sun

  • As I drank it, the life force permeated every cell of my body.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • Nuclear-era logic nevertheless permeated ideas surrounding the bikini.

    The English Is Coming!

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