- v. present participle of incent.
“Councilmember Levison wanted to shake down the BMX people for a $100 here, $50 there, cleanup fees over there (which already existed) and what did the city get for her idea of "incenting"?”
“In essence, the special "incenting" held out by the FHFA seems to be nothing more than now allowing folks to take advantage of a common industry practice: Choose a 15-year,”
“We've already tried incenting big business with tax breaks etc.”
“How about incenting providers on actual health improvements.”
“Managers are the key to talent development, but supporting them and incenting them as talent developers and producers is critical.”
“Tax cuts will now be followed up with fiscal restraint, incenting hiring and fixed investment projects.”
“Because there is a huge overhang of dollars in the world, far beyond what can be sustained at current valuation if the dollar was NOT the reserve currency., artificially incenting countries to hold dollars, and to use them for some essential purchases such as oil.”
“This caused the price of labor to go up dramatically, forcing employers to compete for workers wages and working conditions improved dramatically during the same period and incenting inventors to develop machinery enabling fewer workers to do more work.”
“You can enjoy the specific content without ever joining the network, or even being aware of it, but the social network reward mechanisms are incenting the power users to contribute the content that we all benefit from.”
“The incenting factors in business lead to greater honesty and integrity while the incenting factors in politics are geared to whatever gets you elected.”
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