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(1) We have tried to inculcate a feeling of citizenship in youngsters.
(2) I try to inculcate a sense of responsibility in my children.
(3) Great care was taken to inculcate the values of nationhood and family.
(4) The aim is to inculcate business people with an appreciation of different cultures.
(5) Our football coach has worked hard to inculcate a team spirit in/into the players.
(6) Not all schools manage to successfully inculcate a love of learning.
(7) Colleges inculcate a subtle disdain for work, he said.
(8) I have tried to inculcate in my pupils an attitude of intelligent laziness.
(9) However hard parents try to inculcate a sense of responsibility in their children, the habits of childhood die hard.
(10) The effort to inculcate ethical behavior without religious faith seems one of the great fiascoes of the modern age.
(11) How does art develop individual potential and inculcate values?
(12) We name the actions which colleges administer and inculcate the students as restraint actions.
(13) First of all, inculcate the army ethos and values.
(14) In short, we should inculcate the young people with the spirit of communism.
(15) They fail to inculcate student with love of knowledge.
(16) Above all, however, Puritans sought to inculcate godly and loving character traits in their children.
(17) Inculcate safety culture and practices in all operation personnel.
(18) We failed to inculcate students with love of knowledge.
(19) You can help inculcate proper ethics in your children by discussing e - crime with them.
(20) Teachers inculcate into the minds of the wisdom of our mind the blood, the external behavior.
(21) Schools inculcate children with patriotic ideas.
(22) It is good to inculcate the love of labour from an early age.
(23) What does assertiveness training inculcate?
(24) Inculcate the habit of deliberation.
(25) Sport for example diverted the energy of the masses into activities that could inculcate both useful and attractive qualities.
(26) Third, the proposals had to experiment with the new concepts that the change leaders hoped to inculcate.
(27) This, indeed, is the central truth which esoteric training seeks constantly to inculcate into the candidate for esoteric development.
(28) Russia's capital is a tough, atomised, distrustful city: communism, supposed to inculcate brotherly love and self-abnegation, instead bequeathed something like the opposite. Sentencedict.com
(29) This proceeding was incumbent on all guests - high and low alike - and was intended to inculcate humility.
(30) For example , teachers need to cultivate a pro - democracy teaching environment, inculcate in students independent thinking skills.
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