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to join or be joined in marriage

to take, as another's idea, and make one's own

Synonyms for espouse

take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and use it as one's own

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Keywords Multinational enterprise * Espoused values * Socialization * Social integration * Integration
To predict behavior, researchers need to assess the espoused national culture of their subjects without regard to their nationality (Srite & Karahanna).
The paper's founder was Joseph Woodhead, an outspoken and forceful Holmfirth man who espoused the Liberal reforming cause.
Alison Clayton-Smith, who was planning some training on values, got everyone thinking this month when she asked for recent examples of organisations that had done something that didn't fit with their espoused values, and had been 'found out'.
That was the position espoused by the late Libertarian Party presidential candidate Harry Browne, who opposed Jim Crow laws but felt they should have been fought on the local level.
From the role that the idea of Paradise plays in the psychological qualities of the mother-infant bond and child development, to a close analysis of the Biblical tale of Paradise and the Fall, to links between the Jungian individuation process and the legends and myths of Paradise espoused by various cultures, Longing for Paradise deeply scrutinizes the complex interplay of human belief and thought processes.
While I have sometimes criticized specific United States policies, I am not anti-American, and I have certainly never endorsed or espoused terrorism.
Rather we develop respect for those individuals and their associates because they espoused principles considered essential to true democracy.
I couldn't agree more with the article entitled "Assault on the Electoral College" (June 26) by George Detweiler, especially his exposure of the idiocy of, not to mention the blatant unconstitutionality of, the proposed "National Popular Vote Plan" espoused by a number of political has-beens.
In this context the "technical" refers not to the knowledge but rather the innovative pedagogy most closely aligned with the experiential learning espoused by John Dewey (1916).
In January, after being sued by a group of parents, a California school district canceled its plans for a month-long philosophy class that espoused intelligent design.
This dubious utopia has now been shattered by the new populists, whose rhetoric is similar whether they are "officially" left- or right-wing: The new German Linkspartei and the Front National in France both campaign against immigrants taking away jobs from "our people"--although it should be added that the Left still largely abstains from the anti-Islam agenda espoused by right-wing politicians like Fortuyn.
It has espoused wholesale the Palestinian narrative, and formed policy that is based on misinformation about Israel and its policies (Council urges pressure on firms supporting Israeli occupation, Journal Web story, June 27).
Over the centuries and especially today, that word 'love' has become so distorted from the ideal espoused by Paul that we seem to have forgotten what true love is.
In our current mandatory membership Bar, member lawyers' objections or disagreements with publicly espoused positions by "the Bar" are simply nonexistent to those in "leadership" who have access to the microphones and the cooperation and encouragement of the media.