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incorporate a component/an element/a feature Mobile phones incorporate features of desktop computers, personal digital assistants, and landlines.
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incorporate a concept/an idea/a theme Working with colleagues from other countries gives us the opportunity to incorporate new ideas and methods.
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incorporate sth with sth Thirty years ago, the idea that a phone could be incorporated with a computer and be held in one hand was the stuff of comic books.
On the other hand, they sought to incorporate the philosophical definition of elements as the building blocks of the universe.
Reproductive responses incorporate the phonetic characteristics of the preceding child utterance into maternal responses.
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The asset portfolio can incorporate bad outcomes that are relatively independent of economic wellbeing, such as psychological distress.
She argues, then, that learners incorporate phonological and distributional information to arrive at adult syntactic representations.
Another interesting aspect of the design is that the spreadsheet incorporates symbolic reduction and normalization of symbolic expressions (including equations).
However, the extension of this argument for also incorporating estimation of error functionals is straightforward.
For example, can the ethic of care be easily incorporated into legislation, or might it eventually be too discretionary to capture within legal rules?
Fortunately, unlike moment estimators, it is relatively easy to incorporate a model of genotyping errors into the triadic likelihood estimator of relatedness.