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- adj. That serves to incorporate
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Incorporating or tending to incorporate; ) which run a whole phrase into one word.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tending to incorporate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. growing by taking over and incorporating adjacent territories
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Visually incorporative, the design quality of its sleek and modern frame is only enhanced by the fact that it was deliberately designed to utilize re-used bi-products from other industries.
In fact, the Court can take a narrow view of Privileges or Immunities solely as an incorporative methodology, and leave to a later day the protection of substantive rights.
Most startlingly, he argues that a great deal of this incorporative work has been accomplished by a particular genre of novel: the Bildungsroman.
As such, it does not anticipate National Service as a singular programme of activity but incorporative of a wide range of projects and activities falling within broadly accredited criteria falling under the administrative, funding an co-ordinating support of a National
Wilhelm von Humboldt, when he laid down that the incorporative characteristic essential to all the American languages is the result of the exaltation of the imaginative over the ratiocinative elements of mind.
In uniting other countries to England they have instinctively aimed at an incorporative not at a federal union.
The isolating, agglutinative, incorporative, and inflectional languages can be put in a series according to the convenience and correctness of the logical processes which they embody and teach.
I would not be misunderstood; persons are not principles; but principles may be illustrated and incorporative in persons.
The research into the effects of music on the body requires adeptness in a diversity of fields, and an incorporative application of that knowledge.
In my recent travels around the world I have been encouraged by discussions I have had with leaders from various business and government sectors who all seem to be focused on incorporative, multi-lateral approaches to solving the global economic crisis.