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We know a thing only by uniting with it; by assimilating it; by an interpenetration of it and ourselves.

Practical MysticismEvelyn Underhill

Capacity for assimilating the public taste and reproducing it, is the commonest.

It is this foreign element that makes our population what it is,—an assimilating, and yet an unassimilated mass.

Historical truth is reached by balancing everything, and not by assimilating that which easily suits.

The assimilating capacity of an industrial organization can be greatly increased by any scheme that awakens an interest.

We find such a mean in that Americanization which includes evangelization as an essential part of the assimilating process.

Aliens or Americans?Howard B. Grose

The Russian adapts himself with ease to the play of contemporary thought and has no difficulty in assimilating any new idea.

Once started he should go slowly, assimilating each new discovery before seeking another.

Michigan TreesCharles Herbert Otis

To begin with the simplest case, we let one object of sight work in an assimilating manner upon another.

This would seem to be owing to the greater capacity the pig has for assimilating its food.

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