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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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In addition, it is imperative to involve various professionals and agencies who can address and intervene with the various needs affecting the Latino student population from a resiliency or asset based model (La Roche & Shriberg, 2004; Osterling, 2001).
Proprioreceptor neuromuscular facilitation involves intermittent or continuous phases of static or dynamic muscle action as well as relaxation or passive movement in specific patterns of activation and relaxation.
Good faith involves honesty, no conflict of interest, and not approving illegal activity.
Another kind of issue, though potentially relating to qualitative evaluation, involves children's agency, the extent that children can participate in determining the frameworks within which they live.
In 1974, Karapandzic first described the use of a myocutaneous flap to close defects that involve more than half the lip surface area.
The NFL should sign off on Glazer's purchase of the Dodgers because it involves resources, management and finances independent from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, sources said.
28) Circumstances considered potentially appropriate for such a waiver include child abuse, health issues for which adolescents may legally seek services without parental consent (such as family planning and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases) and research that involves minimal risk and in which the participants are "mature minors.
Things don't simply happen in this world; rather people make things happen, and whether or not what happens is for the better or worse for an individual is determined largely on whether or not it involves "assertiveness;" and second-and most important-to be sure that the assertiveness is "positive" in nature.
It has to because Correll did not involve deference to revenue rulings; it involved deference to regulations.
Although surgery that involves fusion (union) of vertebrae may be skillfully performed, tissue swelling after surgery may place pressure on the spinal cord.
98-60, involves the change from a so-called "hybrid" accounting method to the overall accrual method.
The second stage of EPEC pathogenesis involves the secretion of bacterial proteins, some into the host cell, including EspA, EspB, and EspD (7,8).
One of these weaknesses involves lumping judicial torture of slaves in French and Spanish Louisiana together.
Coordinating a full community relations campaign involves planning how to interact with stakeholders who have different ideas, different personal interests and different incentives.