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The president has already signed multiple executive orders designed to impart cohesive guidance and provide the starting point for Zients and his collaborators.The new COVID-19 team has a lot of work to do. Here’s how they should start.|Erin Fennessy|February 1, 2021|Popular-Science
The hope is that giving back imparts a fresh perspective for travelers on the islands’ rich culture.
Matsumoto, now at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, is teasing out the mathematical rules that dictate how stitches impart such unique properties to fabrics.How one physicist is unraveling the mathematics of knitting|Lakshmi Chandrasekaran|January 26, 2021|Science News
Each word they save imparts a lesson with the power to round out the human experience.Local languages are dying out and taking invaluable knowledge with them|Hannah Seo|January 25, 2021|Popular-Science
That’s why some cultured-meat startups have turned their attention, for now, away from trying to reproduce an entire hunk of meat from scratch and toward the aspects of meat that impart the most flavor.Your first lab-grown burger is coming soon—and it’ll be “blended”|Katie McLean|December 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
It is all grace from start to finish, from the impartation of life in the new birth to the crowning in glory.The Prophet Ezekiel|Arno C. Gaebelein
He is the Life, and no one spiritually lives except through His self-impartation.Our Lady Saint Mary|J. G. H. Barry
Remember, too, that the impartation of this highest good is one of the main reasons why we ourselves possess it.
This inward impartation of strength is the true and only condition of that self-sufficingness which Paul has just been claiming.
Our life and work are still as dependent on the direct impartation of Divine power as they were in Pentecostal times.The Ministry of Intercession|Andrew Murray