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  • noun Plural form of entail.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of entail.

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Examples

  • I realize full well it may not seem fair to everyone to be calling all these sites mere content farms - that all depends on what you think the term entails, or doesn't.

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  • I was looking at the commentators on Fox News, CNN and MSNBC last night after the speech - some of those Republican Strategist are truly what the later part of their title entails -

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  • You may think it reasonable but strictly speaking, to show an origin entails connecting the dots - all of them.

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  • Those of you who are still at home, basking in the laziness of a longer hiatus, may be wondering what exactly a J-Term entails.

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  • Have we passed the point where a formalized group, with all the legalities that entails, is needed?

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  • The more I plunge into the depths of Health Law, the more I realize that a definitive scope of what Health Law entails is just not a reality.

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  • A crisis outlook and the baggage that entails is unwarranted.

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  • Undoubtedly, one of the key considerations motivating the enactment of the Charter, and the process of constitutional judicial review that it entails, is the protection of minorities.

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  • But the reason Amanda can be so cheerfully blind to what she actually does for a living, and what that requires of her, and what risks it entails, is that the movie is too.

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  • But the reason Amanda can be so cheerfully blind to what she actually does for a living, and what that requires of her, and what risks it entails, is that the movie is too.

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