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The Business Roundtable, a non-profit comprised of CEOs of major corporations, declared last year that it was changing its goal to focus on stakeholders.

From Fortune

This year more than ever, marketers need a robust view of their market and opportunities comprised of as much relevant, real-time consumer data as possible.

Broadcom has also committed not to enter into new agreements comprising such terms for a period of seven years.

Cloud also facilitates access to automation and AI tools, advances that drive performance in IT operations and network management and generate the data that comprise much of 5G’s intrinsic enterprise value.

The ’ four episodes are structurally different than their predecessors, each clocking in at 90 minutes long and covering three months at a time, rather than the rapid 45-minute slice-of-life snippets that comprise the bulk of the show.

From Vox

Legatus is a non-profit organization comprising more than 4,000 members, including individuals and professional organizations.

Perhaps they secretly want Schakowsky, who has represented the district comprising much of Chicago since 1990.

Women have made great strides, he argued, for instance now comprising more than half of the students at medical and law schools.

Comprising a record 19 percent of the electorate, young people were a key demographic.

Archery is growing in popularity as a recreational pursuit, now comprising more than a fifth of hunting licenses sold nationwide.

He sold accommodations for man and beast, the former comprising plenty of whiskey, the latter plenty of hay.

At Kotur he held a position of high strategic importance; and he commanded a considerable following, comprising some 2000 horse.

A beautiful series, comprising six volumes, square 16mo., with eight tinted Engravings in each volume.

There are upwards of six thousand in our state, comprising about eleven hundred families.

A portion, even, of those persons comprising the exceptional cases just enumerated, have not thereby attained to spiritual peace.


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On this page you'll find 116 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comprising, such as: all-inclusive, broad, complete, encyclopedic, exhaustive, and extensive.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.