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incorporate

[in′kȯr·pə‚rāt]
(computer science)
To place in storage.
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If anything, this broadly incorporative method most strongly supports the view, advanced by some scholars, that the Court did not follow anything like the modern Intentionalist method during its first one hundred years.
19) Although the idea of an incorporative pathos is found throughout the work of Jose Lezama Lima, the main argument is most clearly set forth in "La expresion americana", Obras completas II.
In contrast, a casino would call for a more incorporative design whereby 25 to 50 percent of the cameras are hidden so that patrons are not necessarily aware of the extent of security.
Just as Foucault's Surveillir et punir discloses the domestic European "Other"--the madman, the vagabond, the beggar, and the social deviant--so Said discloses the global "Other"--the refugees, migrants, displaced persons, and exiles turned into "afterthoughts" by the incorporative logic of colonialism--in his Culture and Imperialism.
This relationship, he argues, mainly took two forms, one of minimal impact, or incorporative relationship, as opposed to a high-impact one, or transformative shift.
Regarding the issue, one last point to be specifically mentioned is the fact that the new incorporative mechanism between the state and organized groups obviously imposes "prices" to both sides: the price for the former in managing the crisis of capitalism is the institutionalization of a "shared decision-making structure" with those leading economic groups; in return for those organizations' privileged role, the respective price to themselves is "their willingness to act as intermediaries between the state and their membership in order to legitimate and implement the bargained policies.
If what we want to do is offer recognition, if we believe that recognition is a reciprocal process that moves selves beyond their incorporative and destructive dispositions toward an understanding of another self whose difference from us is ethically imperative to mark.
In using the Irish folklore tradition to her advantage, Bridget Cleary envisioned an alliance of women with the land, through which she could oppose her husband's incorporative vision of her as a territory to which he could stake a claim.
104) The safe and healthy work environment duty, the incorporative definitional duty, and the duty to "respect .
In the history of the establishment of territory or place we have already noted, throughout travel literature and anthropology, that the figure of woman, in this case the wife of the pious couple Baucis, has a special, incorporative role to play.
Whether denoting actual eating or other instances of spatial, incorporative transformation, "the corrosive effects of market relations" (40) establish a cannibalistic world where the desired but unavoidably illusory effacement of the self's isolation turns into the similar limitlessness of the onslaught pulled off by the arch-colonial Gentleman Brown.
As I understand this step, after the rupture of translation there is a breakage, resulting in a deficiency or lack, in both the incorporated and in the incorporative texts.