- v. present participle of entail.
“In the economic and material sphere, this means, for many, an open market — the opportunity for entrepreneurship — but for most of us, means simple prosperity, entailing economic security (a stable enough supply of material goods that one can live without dependence), and a capacity for material self-expression (consumption).”
“The report also documented a significant increase in early medication abortion, entailing use of the so-called abortion pill.”
“Alongside love, travel lies at the heart of secular notions of happiness, though, unlike love, it is generally assumed to be a straightforward process entailing few conceptual or philosophical conundrums.”
“Insisting that the Greek disaster must never be allowed to repeat itself, they stressed there would be new disciplines for the 16 countries using the euro, entailing swingeing fines for debt and deficit delinquents.”
“Auto major Mahindra & Mahindra will make an open offer to acquire up to 27% stake in Swaraj Automotives entailing an outgo of up to Rs 5.82 crore.”
“The government has cleared 11 proposals, entailing total foreign direct investment FDI of Rs 182.78 crore, including that from 9X Media to increase foreign equity participation to up to 100%.”
“Such rooms were museums, entailing endless labor to keep clean.”
“For Vodafone, the cost of the effort as it tried to upgrade the poor network it had bought was heavy, entailing £ 2.25 billion ($3.35 billion) of write downs in the fiscal year 2008-2009.”
“Decisive and bold action by the ECB entailing an open-ended commitment to do 'whatever it takes' would stem the panic and create space for more growth-friendly policies and a serious discussion on euro bonds," he said.”
“Earlier, Mario Monti, the new Italian prime minister, had unveiled his radical austerity package entailing €30bn £26bn of savings and warned Italy would be the next Greece without the drastic action.”
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