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  • She grew aware of the smell of her own stale sweat with its chemical infusion of fear.
  • Less than two ounces of the acid infusion remained.
  • They were all caught up in the need of their race to renew its scattered inheritance, to cross and mingle and infuse their bloodlines in a great new pooling of genes.
  • LIBAN: Fremen liban is spice water infused with yucca flour.
  • METAGLASS: glass grown as a high-temperature gas infusion in sheets of jasmium quartz.
  • And he thought of how the Fremen were a people whose living consisted of killing, an entire people who had lived with rage and grief all of their days, never once considering what might take the place of either — except for a dream with which Liet-Kynes had infused them before his death.

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  • The infusion of funds will allow us to open another location too.
  • She infused the group with new energy and enthusiasm.

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