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incorporated

in kawr puh ray tuhd

  • v  make into a whole or make part of a whole
    She incorporated his suggestions into her proposal
  • v  include or contain; have as a component
  • v  form a corporation
  • v  unite or merge with something already in existence
  • s  formed or united into a whole
  • s  organized and maintained as a legal corporation
    an incorporated town
  • s  introduced into as a part of the whole
    the ideas incorporated in his revised manuscript

  • Some educators are so convinced of the surprising benefit of work on students, especially those at risk of failing, that they have incorporated internships into the curriculum.
  • The automaker is incorporated in Delaware, so filing in the First State should be easy.
  • By 1880 the growing business was incorporated.
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  • Barack Obama in Baltimore Sun
    Here are the facts: For two weeks I was on the phone every day with [Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson Jr.] and the congressional leaders making sure that the principles that have been ultimately adopted were incorporated in the bill,Obama...
  • Steve Carell in The Canadian Press
    They've incorporated so many new characters and so many new, great story lines that I have no doubt it'll continue as strong if not stronger than ever,he told E!

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