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incorporate

[in′kȯr·pə‚rāt]
(computer science)
To place in storage.
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Areas that need to be emphasized when consulting with Latino students and families are: (a) using a multisystemic approach to consultation; (b) actively involving parents, and (c) considering and incorporating cultural and language factors in the process and content of consultation.
Standards send a strong signal to manufacturers to organize research, which frequently pushes down the cost of incorporating advanced technologies into new models, he explains.
In preparing for the first tournament game, we incorporate the fundamental free throw and the first water break, review the rest of the fundamentals on free throw shooting, and then continue with game situations incorporating the free throw.
SLAs are a means of incorporating Performance-based Service Contracting (PBSC) into software acquisition.
has announced the SH7780, a microprocessor incorporating the high end SuperH SH-4A CPU core and a PCI (peripheral component interconnect) bus controller (PCIC).
"Food manufacturers are looking to satisfy consumer needs by producing great-tasting, convenient and better-for-you foods by incorporating soy into already-established or new brands.
"Interaction between students is essential to successfully incorporating WISE and handheld technology into the science curriculum," says Slotta.
Rather, McGowan suggests, they inspired French visitors with ideas of the possibility of renewal and rebuilding, incorporating the ancient greatness of Rome into the new greatness of France.
Finally, these stories give short shrift to potential providers' underlying hesitations about incorporating a new option in their practices.
To do so, storage vendors must look to make the most of every available avenue including: delivering comprehensive middleware technology, participating in technology exchanges, interoperability engineering with available interfaces, independent interoperability testing, and incorporating industry standards into existing technology.
Christian Dior has an active molecular biology division at its extensive Christian Dior Biology Laboratories, and last August Kose Cosmetics released a foundation incorporating titanium oxide and silicon nano-sized (10-nanometer) particles.