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Synonyms for involve

Synonyms for involve

to have as an accompaniment, a condition, or a consequence

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to have as a need or prerequisite

to draw in so that extrication is difficult

to get and hold the attention of

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to make complex, intricate, or perplexing

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connect closely and often incriminatingly

have as a necessary feature

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contain as a part

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occupy or engage the interest of

make complex or intricate or complicated

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They are at various stages of hearing in court and involve approximately Sh60 billion, he said during a meeting between the committee, the ODPP and Ethics and Anti-Corruption commission.
In more legitimate operations, these settling transactions almost always involve the transfer of funds from one account to another at banking institutions.
The appellate division ruled 3-1 that the dispute "cannot be decided by application of neutral principles of law" and "would necessarily involve impermissible inquires into religious doctrine and the Congregation's membership requirements." (In the Matter of Congregation Yetev Lev D'Satmar v.
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Justifications for this rule involve encouraging risk taking, avoiding judicial meddling, and encouraging directors to serve.
This is particularly true for partisans of the "new global history", who argue that, while globalization builds on the complex evolution of previous stages of interregional interconnectedness, the phenomenon involves exceptionally far-reaching recent change (usually held to begin either in the 1950s or the 1970s).
Many of the multicultural counseling competencies (Sue, Arrendondo, & McDavis, 1992) involve advocacy, and advocacy is a main means for addressing discrimination (Brown, 1988; Ponterotto, 1991; Trusty, 2002).
In 1974, Karapandzic first described the use of a myocutaneous flap to close defects that involve more than half the lip surface area.
does it involve interpreting of a statute that is unique to a state as opposed to being similar to statutes in other jurisdictions?
Original jurisdiction: The Court must hear eases that may set a precedent (ruling that can later be used to justify a similar case), and other legal disputes that involve a state or the federal government.
Work practices involve training employees to perform tasks in ways that reduce their exposure to workplace hazards.
(c) How do you involve parents, businesses and trade unions, and school personnel in your partnership?
In 13 states, the most serious offenses involve victims younger than 12 (in two of these, younger than 10).