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He called for an overhaul of Georgia’s absentee ballot laws, recommending additional security measures for mail voting in an effort to instill the public’s trust in how the state verifies its mail-in ballots.

It was his mother, the restaurant’s namesake, who instilled in him a love of giving back.

In either case, he stresses that companies eyeing the public market need to be prepared, noting that the “operational readiness and rigor” that was instilled at Dropbox has proved “invaluable” to the company.

Established in 1916 at the eve of America’s entrance into World War I, JROTC’s mission is to instill in students “the values of citizenship, service to the United States, and personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment.”

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The hope is that this can instill a faster metabolism across VF’s brands.

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Larson, as usual, instills gravitas and agency in an otherwise underwritten character.

Kevin trains as a boxer, a discipline that instills in him both confidence and calm.

He goes about paying tribute to some of the countless ways that the natural world instills awe in us.

The Virgo New Moon tomorrow instills in you a renewed love for routine.

Carr says he hopes Page One instills in its audience a renewed appreciation of newspapers and the valuable service they provide.

She instills in the nervous temperament a preference for the lymphatic; in the sanguine, a liking for the bilious constitution.

It may be urged that the apprentice system instills thoroughness.

But love gives strength; it instills hope and faith, and kindles anew the fires of life.

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On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to instills, such as: inspire, engender, disseminate, inculcate, inject, and impart.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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