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  • An ozone smell permeated the place.
  • She groped for it, realizing she was being impeded by a muzziness of the changed drug permeating her senses.
  • This power struggle permeates the training, educating and disciplining of the orthodox community.
  • The room was permeated with the distinctive acrid furry odor of a Fremen sietch that she had come to associate with a sense of security.
  • She sensed an immediate difference in the air about his face . but it was only the spice, the ubiquitous spice whose odor permeated everything in Fremen life.
  • Ninety generations later, the O.C. Bible and the Commentaries permeated the religious universe.

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  • An atmosphere of distrust has permeated this administration
  • Water permeates sand easily

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