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  • v  make oneself subject to; bring upon oneself; become liable to
    People who smoke incur a great danger to their health
  • v  receive a specified treatment (abstract)

  • But a representative at the UA says that owners of plumbing businesses would likely take bigger hits in economic hard times because they incur the production costs of keeping a .
  • The plan, Congress hopes, will be cheaper and easier to implement, and less likely to incur the talk-show ire of civil libertarians and states' rights purists (the same type who .
  • As a member of a Shi'ite Islamist party himself, al-Maliki dares not incur the wrath of his own community.

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Chicago Tribune
    An attack on Israel would incur massive retaliation by the United States,said Clinton.
  • David Treen in USA Today
    The decline in the housing market set off a domino effect across our economy. When home values declined, borrowers defaulted on their mortgages, and investors holding mortgage-backed securities began to incur serious losses...... Investment banks... President Bush AHN Sep 24, 2008 50853 68454 incur Today, I would recommend going to two bucks a barrel," Treen said. "That would give us about $1 billion a year. I just feel like they ought to pay for some of the cost we incur."

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