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- v. Present participle of embrace.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Comprehensive; through.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of clasping another person in the arms (as in greeting or affection)
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He mentioned that he was particularly glad that I had used the term "embracing" in the title, and enthusiastically agreed that we need not just a political settlement but open-hearted reconciliation based on acknowledgment that both Israel and Palestine have legitimate narratives and both communities have co-created the current mess.
(_Philippians_, pp. 171-178) has shewn with great fulness of proof that 'the household of Caesar' was a term embracing a vast number of persons, not only in Rome but in the provinces, all of whom were either actual or former slaves of the
Dr. Lazarus, the chief of the medical department, tells us that the "river people," a term embracing those who own the temples on the stream -- just as we would say the "steel rail" or the "pig metal" people at home -- are very much depressed, complaining bitterly that the revenues have fallen away.
He was widely regarded as "plouc" - a term embracing both provincial ignorance and flashy new wealth, describing someone who does not understand the social codes.
-- for "pleasure" may be used as a term embracing the first four answers.
There will be no point in embracing blogging and web 2.0 unless you can show some positive benefits for your business.
The question kind of made me smile because it sounds a little bit like a hokey question, but I think there is a lot of truth in embracing whatever strength that we've been given as an artist and owning that.
If you're interested in embracing telework for your team, go back to the basics.
Israeli officials are hardly alone in embracing this sort of morally hideous behavior.
The solution lies in embracing the values and attributes that make you you.