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The civilisation of the north appears to be the common standard, to which the whole nation will one day be assimilated.
AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCEALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE ET AL.
The judicial usages, the municipal rights of each city were assimilated by Henry's charter.
The new tales I have already absorbed and, to the best of my powers, assimilated.
The experience gained was assimilated and the armies marched from strength to strength.
She had observed, assimilated, and translated her new ideas through her own personality as far as her means permitted.
A SINGER FROM THE SEAAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
I am glad you have assimilated the German opportunities so well.
In a book (Cours d'Études médicales), published in 1803, Burdin assimilated the skull to the vertebral column.
FORM AND FUNCTIONE. S. (EDWARD STUART) RUSSELL
He had read diligently, if not widely, in the Continental lore of the subject and had assimilated much of it.
It can only be arrived at after all philosophy and learning have been assimilated.
THE SIX FINGERS OF TIMERAPHAEL ALOYSIUS LAFFERTY
The numbers were too great to be absorbed and assimilated by the native population.

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