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incorporate

[in′kȯr·pə‚rāt]
(computer science)
To place in storage.
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Also new is Exatec Backlite Technology, which uses an in-mold film insert with preprinted electrical circuitry to incorporate rear-window heating/defrosting or a radio antenna into the molded glazing.
These incorporate water-saving and recycling technologies.
Board of Education) to provide for the specific needs of culturally and linguistically diverse students with adequate services in the schools, the field of education does not appear to fully understand or incorporate best practices in systematically serving Latino students.
Should piano teachers incorporate large-muscle movement activities as a regular part of piano lessons?
The inspection objectives and procedures were revised to incorporate the interagency guidance.
With the exception of the pool, the construction has been on target and they have been able to incorporate all other facets of the proposal.
* Nature--Does the design incorporate nature, light, gardens, and exterior spaces for both active and passive activities;
The trick was figuring out how to incorporate the new base into a DNA molecule, he says.
Externalities have obvious solutions: figure out their costs, and incorporate them into the price.
In preparing for tournament play, we incorporate competitive free throw shooting.
This article defines SLAs, discusses software quality, and describes how SLAs can be utilized to incorporate requirements pertaining to product, process, project, and deployment quality throughout the software lifecycle.
In response, DOD recently revised its systems acquisition policies and guidance to incorporate best practices, including those pertaining to business systems.