incorporate


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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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Many of the manual's sections that involve supervisory risk-management-assessments during a BHC inspection have been revised to incorporate, or reference, the RFI/C (D) rating system.
His goal is to incorporate five-letter DNA into bacteria and let the organisms evolve in the lab to see how they adapt to the new coding system.
In preparing for the first tournament game, we incorporate the fundamental free throw and the first water break, review the rest of the fundamentals on free throw shooting, and then continue with game situations incorporating the free throw.
SLAs should only incorporate software metrics that are meaningful, quantitative, and measurable.
"Professional development is essential, as well as the need to incorporate handhelds into meaningful learning contexts.
Both SDLT and LTO incorporate servo positioning systems to ensure accurate head position when using very high track densities.
Furthermore, individual practitioners within one system of care may incorporate use of other healing practices from outside that system of care such as the physician or chiropractor who incorporates acupuncture.
All those approached agreed to participate, spent more than an hour in the interview, and expressed an interest in receiving more information about the regimen and how to incorporate it in their clinical practices.
This flash increases as the mold wears from continued production, making it necessary to incorporate a deflashing process to bring the part into tolerance.
The meals were for the purpose of invitation and outreach to incorporate first Jews and then Gentiles in God's covenant of redemption.
* The ability to evaluate information and its sources critically and to incorporate selected information into one's knowledge base;
Revisions of the State Operations Manual for P325 and F371 are forthcoming, and will no doubt incorporate nutritional "best practice" guidelines to aid facilities in their provision of services.
The pamphlet does not explain why a business would tolerate such restrictions, if all it need do to avoid them was not incorporate. The answer, of course, is that incorporation bestowed certain advantages.
The tooling designer can incorporate the draft, relief, blending and scaling factors to the product design.
The following facts should be reviewed before deciding to incorporate: