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Emerson looked at life in order to penetrate it; Hawthorne, in order to comprehend it, and assimilate it to his own nature.

Even in my short life, I had seen the world pass through several stages of belief and assimilate them in turn.

Seen and UnseenE. Katharine Bates

We've got to give them time to assimilate the idea and then get together a welcoming committee.

AdaptationDallas McCord Reynolds

Unless the latter function is provided for, the aerial portions of the plant will languish from want of food to assimilate.

There is and can be nothing in its deeds which it cannot know, and so digest and assimilate and absorb into its own substance.

We ought to have as good digestion of truth as we have capacity to assimilate food.

New Tabernacle SermonsThomas De Witt Talmage

They are, so to speak, the type forms to which others will assimilate.

In Trèves people need to absorb silently, and then assimilate undisturbed by weary chatter.

Not mathematics or religion any more—what he needed now was to assimilate something of the country life of his native land.

The Great HungerJohan Bojer

There is, then, clearly an effort to assimilate in hue to their surroundings, and the whole question is comparatively clear.

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