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  • This is the way we inculcate strength of mind, Mr Nickleby,’ said the schoolmaster, turning to Nicholas, and speaking with his mouth very full of beef and toast.
  • And to do Mrs Nickleby justice, she never had lost—and to do married ladies as a body justice, they seldom do lose—any occasion of inculcating similar golden percepts, whose only blemish is, the slight degree of vagueness and uncertainty in which they are usually enveloped.

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  • inculcate values into the young generation
  • " said Bazin, opening his eyes: "do not spoil these poor children, in whom I am endeavoring to inculcate such good principles.
    Dumas, Alexandre  --  Ten Years Later

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