incorporated

[ in-kawr-puh-rey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF incorporated

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This club was incorporated under the state laws of Illinois, on January 26, 1899.

Into his snarl he incorporated all that was vicious, malignant, and horrible.

They also prepared special articles which have been incorporated in the book.

Into our public and other schools should be incorporated industrial training.

Charles I. incorporated it, and the cloth-market was then of some importance.

These privileges were incorporated in the first State constitution.

Through his efforts the Nivernais was incorporated with the French crown in 1669.

It will be incorporated, as it were, into their very minds, and they cannot afterwards be deprived of it.

He incorporated this with the results of his own observations, and illumined it with his theories.

We find that resistance is to substances not so mixed in or incorporated.

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