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I also tried through my own newspaper to indoctrinate the people, but my mind grew more and more embarrassed.
Better to save one sinner from an obvious vice that is destroying him, than to indoctrinate ten thousand saints.
It is not at all the idea to carry over one of our professors each year and indoctrinate him with the true culture at its source.
MODERN ESSAYSJOHN MACY
Located in Bucharest, both of these institutions are designed to train and indoctrinate key bureaucratic personnel.
AREA HANDBOOK FOR ROMANIAEUGENE K. KEEFE, DONALD W. BERNIER, LYLE E. BRENNEMAN, WILLIAM GILOANE, JAMES M. MOORE, AND NEDA A. WALPOLE
She begged him to indoctrinate his successor, Mr. Edward Stanhope.
"Oh, certainly; I will indoctrinate Dolly," said the Doctor.
POGANUC PEOPLEHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
In broad terms, all these publications were designed to indoctrinate specific groups of people, generally in their places of work.
AREA HANDBOOK FOR BULGARIAEUGENE K. KEEFE, VIOLETA D. BALUYUT, WILLIAM GILOANE, ANNE K. LONG, JAMES M. MOORE, AND NEDA A. WALPOLE
It was not easy to indoctrinate such a people, more arrogant than intelligent, with new ideas.
JAMES MADISONSYDNEY HOWARD GAY
To serve apprenticeship is to indoctrinate one's self with pernicious orthodoxies.
How completely had he failed to indoctrinate his children with the ideas by which his own mind was fortified and controlled!
THE DUKE'S CHILDRENANTHONY TROLLOPE

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