integrated

[ in-ti-grey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF integrated

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And all of these records were summed up, integrated, into the "Sigma" curve.

Each village is integrated by its own language, religion, and interests.

Signs and tools are elements that were integrated in differentiation.

This is how expectations are integrated in market mechanisms.

These are preserved and integrated in the symbolism of a community.

The effect of all this, integrated at a glance, was a paralyzing horror.

Ethnic cleansing has many faces, brutality is not its integrated feature.

Since that time, the number of integrated schools has increased.

The relevancy of the integrated dress-as-a-whole is quite strong.

When ρ is expressed in terms of c, this equation can be integrated.

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