Definitions

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of involve.

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Examples

  • Being a Leader Without a Title involves being inspirational and uplifting in a world that all too often celebrates the worst of things.

    The Leader Who Had No Title

  • If, however, the term involves something that is likely to affect an individual’s life, even though it is not a central concept of a particular branch of science, it is listed under “Technology.

    23. Technology

  • The term involves recognising a project's reduction of carbon emissions qualifying it for credits which can be traded on the carbon market.

    Khaleej Times : UAE News

  • One prominent case to be decided this term involves the government's increasing ability to track where people go—and when the Fourth Amendment requires authorities to get a warrant before doing so.

    Hot Topics Before High Court

  • But the incident which gives the movie its title involves Mr. Young himself, and a late-night march which he had been sent to St. Augustine to stop.

    Atlanta Film Festival report No. 1: "Crossing in St. Augustine"

  • One project this term involves a team of students assigned to Burger King's London headquarters.

    Global Market, By Degrees

  • This term involves seeking and entering into relationships and marriage with a different perspective from the traditional vision of just happening to meet and fall in love with “the one” and living happily ever after with a white picket fence and 2.3 kids.

    First Comes Marriage

  • And one of the court's high-profile cases this term involves whether a religious group can put a monument in a city park.

    CNN Transcript Oct 6, 2008

  • The other problem with this title involves its ending.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • The Supreme Court's caseload this term involves an important challenge to gun control at the state and local level.

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