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Synonyms for incorporate

Synonyms for incorporate

to make a part of a united whole

to construct or include as an integral or permanent part

Synonyms for incorporate

make into a whole or make part of a whole

include or contain

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form a corporation

unite or merge with something already in existence

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formed or united into a whole

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In this language there is a strictly closed set of around forty incorporable nominals, whose only human member is yaw 'baby, child'.
Durante siglos se atendio en el mundo solo a lo material, que si de mucho valor e incorporable por nuestra voluntad a la hora actual, se hacia como opuesto a lo espiritual que nosotros restauramos ahora.
Customary international law is directly incorporable, at least for
99) More generally, customary international law has been directly incorporable without a statutory base since the beginning of the United States, as fully expected by the Founders.
Al mismo tiempo, al chocar con el poder a traves de su acceso al discurso, Manzano propone una subjetividad poco representativa, que lo lleva a ser descalificado triplemente: (1) no hay en su discurso una representatividad total "ideal" (8) del esclavo (distincion); (2) propone un sujeto no incorporable en el discurso nacional (el mulatico fino) al intentar trastocar la diferencia naturalizada que hace del "mulato" una bestia; (3) plantea una escritura que no cumple los patrones de lo que la unidad discursiva literaria exige, por lo que es descalificada tanto por los patrones de un canon espanol como por los del "canon a construir" en tanto "literatura criolla"(su discurso es aun demasiado barbaro).
En tal sentido se les consulto a cada lider de unidad sobre la situacion del personal bajo su responsabilidad, procediendo a clasificarlo de acuerdo a seis diferentes categorias: a) incorporable plenamente; b) incorporable con educacion formal, c) incorporable con educacion informal, d) desincorporable (jubilacion), e) desincorporable (jubilacion especial) y f) desincorporable (retiro).
Unlike treaties, customary international law is directly and indirectly incorporable and as such has been relied on in civil and criminal cases from the beginning of the United States.
Thus, to be both valid and useful, the approach taken to assessment must be aligned or consistent with the goals of the institution; assessment results must be credible and incorporable.
Constitution(70) and prevailing expectations since the Founders that customary international law is both directly and indirectly incorporable,(71) such patterns and trends in use of international law are not surprising.