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imbibition

[‚im·bə′bish·ən]
(physical chemistry)
Absorption of liquid by a solid or a semisolid material.
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Nyesom Wike of Rivers, who also felicitated with Nigerian Muslims, urged them to emulate the Holy Prophet Mohammed and imbibe ideals of sacrifice exemplified by the Prophet.
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'We need to imbibe and pursue this spirit the whole year and not only in the sacred month of Ramadan'.
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Filmmaker Karan Johar, father to twins Roohi and Yash, said his priority is not to give his kids fashionable and trendy clothes, but to imbibe the right values in them.
Imbibe, an industry-leading beverage development company focused on formulating and commercializing cutting-edge products, announced the companys 2018 food and beverage ingredient trend predictions.
Imbibe, a flavor developer and supplier of beverages for private labeling, said it opened a 40,000-square-foot state-of-the-art Beverage Innovation Center in January.
So do yourself a favour, particularly if you feel the need to imbibe yourself until your skull is imbibe yourself until yoy ur skull is full of liquid.
President of India Pranab Mukherjee has sent out a message to the nation on the eve of Gandhi Jayanti, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the "Father of the Nation", urging the people to imbibe Gandhian ideals, thoughts and values.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr Kumar urged students to imbibe the qualities of secularism, integrity and values and urged council members and prefects to adapt to modern times.
I hypothesized that seeds would exhibit intraspecific variation in their relative ability to imbibe water and that such variability could be attributed to different environmental conditions at collection sites.