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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of envolve.

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Examples

  • These days the logs are probably computerized, and erasing electronic evidence envolves a lot of expertice.

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  • Well maybe not love but it sure envolves a lot of yelling.

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  • People are Basically Lazy and Money Hungry … They will try to sell anything if it envolves the * Least Amount of Effort* and they can make the * Most Bucks From It* … reply

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  • This all envolves me tearing myself away from my book and actually dressing.

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  • The most useful occupation to-day is that which envolves the wearing of a "tin hat."

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  • If yahoo is really annoying you, please help me (it envolves my suspension)?

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  • With soccer you are in constant motion, and football envolves a lot of hitting to the body and

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  • As a freelancer i often have to make business decisions, and i can understand a company be reluctant to spend thousands of dolars developing a product for something that will have a small market share, it may not be profitable, and port apps like photoshop or premier to another SO envolves a lot of money and people.

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  • Our economic system (capitalism) is actually a form of gambling, it envolves risk.

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  • It has personal lyrics that envolves the audience in a quirky way and has a bluesy riff in the verse.

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