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incorporate someone or something in(to) something

to build someone or something into something; to combine someone or something into something. We want to incorporate you into our sales force very soon. The prince had incorporated himself into the main governing body.
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The examination procedures incorporate the supervisory guidance provided in the uniform agreement.
The "Loan Portfolio Management" section has been revised to incorporate a detailed discussion on tying arrangements.
Incorporations and Liquidations: Since a business may incorporate tax-free, but corporate liquidations (necessary to convert to a partnership) are taxable, the decision to incorporate should not be taken lightly.
Super Vision International's vision is to incorporate Light, Color and Imagination with advanced technology to become one of the world's leading suppliers of lighting and lighting control products that add visual excitement, accent, impact and identity to commercial and residential lighting projects around the world.
Developed by the Dermot Company, the Mosaic incorporates many green design features including site planning and massing that maximizes exposure to natural light and views, integration of high performance HVAC systems with turbine-generated power produced onsite, green roofs, and utilization of a variety of locally available building materials to celebrate a look rooted in the regional community.
s iTheater(TM) system, which incorporates Kopin's BDM(TM)-230K binocular display module in a compact eyewear weighing just 2.