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Yet with some even of these a personal element is interfused.
It is indivisible from it, and interfused through it like moonlight through the summer air.
His poetry is strong and austere, interfused here and there with the most biting satire.
The moral is interwoven and interfused with it, and every line breathes the soul and essence of the entire composition.
Spirit and matter are interfused; the Alps improve us totally, and we return from their precipices wiser as well as stronger men.
She puts gulfs between all things, and all things strive to be interfused.
But the personal or human reality and the imaginative or divine reality must be perfectly interfused, or the art will be at fault.
The conception of Justice is thus everywhere interfused with considerations of utility and ex- pediency.
Those times every eye looked longingly upon him because of the great and wonderful things with which he was interfused.
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The darkness deep down was lighted up with cool green, interfused with liquid gold.

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