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encompass (someone or something) in (something)

To include or contain someone or something in something. Do you plan to encompass current residents in this rate hike?
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encompass someone or something (with)in something

to surround or include someone or something within the domain or span of something. We encompassed the group within our administrative area. They could not encompass our neighborhood in the new school district.
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Pan Pacific's portfolio totals 138 properties, encompassing approximately 22.6 million square feet.
Pan Pacific's portfolio currently totals 138 properties, encompassing approximately 22.6 million square feet.
More than 500 exhibitors, encompassing all aspects of the real estate industry will be present at the trade show, which offers over 10,000 industry professionals "one-stop shopping" for all of their building and maintenance needs.
"The Marina District reflects the incredible renaissance now encompassing this City," said Perth Amboy Mayor Joseph Vas.
owns, or has contracted to acquire interests in nine Class B office properties encompassing 2.2 million rentable square feet located in Midtown Manhattan, and will manage 29 office properties encompassing approximately 6.4 million rentable square feet.
In fact, renewal of lease notices mailed by Woolworth during this time expressly defined the leases as encompassing "all prior modifications." This meant that the leases would be renewed including a modification made by oval agreement for Woolworth to pay only rent based on gross sales rather than including a base rent for the outdoor space.