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incorporate

[in′kȯr·pə‚rāt]
(computer science)
To place in storage.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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We began with four events that encapsulate the blockchain vision and the responses to it: Wallach's Wired article, Heap's development of Mycelia, the Rethink Music and Open Music Initiative workshops, and the rise of Dot Blockchain Media, tracing the radical dreams, incorporative ideas, and deep skepticism raised.
Regardless, through incorporative memories, children learn values and customs not only from their family, but also from the broader social environment as well (Koch, Fuchs, and Summa).
Foe, then, is the heart just prior to its reception of the secret of Christianity as incorporative process: illuminating an anterior erasure, Coetzee's theft (the Christian colonizer's theft no longer secret) becomes a gift to the reader.
The planners' role, limited in scope, could be incorporative of either or both the outcome or the process of decision making as asserted by communicative action theorists (Forrester, 1989)
Facilitator is the person who utilizes his/her knowledge noticing the trends and interaction of the group to provide the group with the necessary structure to achieve the best results at the possible appropriate time incorporative. Facilitator uses the group active principle to be able to create the trend emphasizing the incorporative of all participants and focusing the necessary content to achieve the appropriate outcome.
(42) Each incarnation of the war text is an act of incorporative mourning.
Seeing these incorporative statutes through the eyes of federalism unmasks some obvious linkages between these efforts and those in which Congress puts the states on the frontlines of federal statutory implementation.
Thus, Althusser's theory acknowledges both the representative and the incorporative dimensions of ideology.
Specifically there can be a regression to passionate autoerotic oral incorporative (sucking, swallowing) impulses as well as to oral aggressive (biting, tearing) impulses to solve problems around expectation and need (Abraham, 1916).
(151) This can only result in a more incorporative and democratic policy-making process for the international community.
This drive in turn abstracts local culture from the particularities of the field site and submits it to the integrative dynamics of the incorporative (American) state--the ultimate, political expression of pantopia.