- v. Simple past tense and past participle of comprise.
“That it is merely an application of a principle comprised in the preceding articles is declared by the express words of the article, to wit: "_Dans l'exemption ci-dessus est nommément compris_," etc., "_in the above exemption is particularly comprised_, the imposition of 100 sols per ton established in France on foreign vessels.”
“France out of that exemption (which makes the second member of the same article) _was also comprised_; that is to say, if _the whole_ was comprised, _the part_ was comprised.”
“He has funded the program through his JADE Foundation, an acronym comprised of the first initials of his family: children, Jonathan and Alison, and his wife of 32 years, Ellen.”
“He clicks on an icon after spotting its incomprehensible, rambling label comprised of random letters, numbers and punctuation.”
“Steven Soderbergh – Che US-Spain-France — one four-hour competion title comprised of Guerrilla and The Argentine”
“The Civil War experience throughout the entire borderland, in short, comprised variations on a single pattern.”
“And of these residents the family whose term comprised the story I wish to relate was that of Mr. Jacob Paddock the market-gardener, who dwelt there for some years with his wife and grown-up daughter.”
“The kitchen, in short, comprised within its boundaries a far larger variety of domestic requisites of all kinds than its modern representative, which deals with an external machinery so totally changed.”
“SYNOPSIS: Joe Davies and Glenn McCubbin comprised the crew of an F4D”
“And, however gratified he may have been by the speedy compliance of his mother with his request, he had very much preferred not to be present himself, if the call comprised, as he saw it did comprise, Lucy Tempest.”
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