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The painter felt what he was painting, and an impulse of human love, an heroic and yet human life, permeates the picture.
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It sometimes permeates a majority, but more frequently a minority.
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Amongst the elaborate system of guilds which permeates Chinese society, one of the most meritorious is the lifeboat guild.
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In a stew, on the contrary, you boil down this soup till it permeates the fibre which long exposure to heat has softened.
The spirit of youth and lightsome joy permeates this story of pure, exulting womanhood.
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The tyranny of the race dogma permeates the majority of the German historians and publicists from the early nineteenth century.
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The ferment of its strivings and its discontent permeates the whole people.
It gradually develops into a sentiment which permeates his whole being.
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Automobiling figures in the story which is told with light, bright touches, while a happy gift of humor permeates it all.
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A style like this 'permeates the inmost recesses' of the realms of taste, Mr. Giles, 'allow us to say.'