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Quotes of incorporation

  1. Moreover the incorporation requires the same components needed for protein synthesis, and is inhibited by the same inhibitors. Thus the system is most unlikely to be a complete artefact and is very probably closely related to genuine protein synthesis. – Francis Crick
  2. As for leadership, I am the kind who leads reluctantly and more by example than anything else. Someone had to be on the incorporation papers as president. – Keith Henson
  3. The contents of the massive banks behind these successive revetments makes it quite clear that the material was derived from the incorporation of earlier occupation levels. – Kathleen Kenyon
  4. The distinction between the old and the new formulations consisting in the incorporation of the concept of the rate of chemical reactions is so great that it immediately asserted itself in the objective development of catalysis. – Wilhelm Ostwald
  5. One of the biggest challenges to medicine is the incorporation of information technology in our practices. – Samuel Wilson

Usage examples for incorporation

  1. Many boroughs sought and obtained formal incorporation with the same essential features as London. – Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed. by S. A. Reilly
  2. As a matter of course, conquered and dependent people pay with their liberty for their incorporation into the empire that holds dominion over them. – The American Empire by Scott Nearing
  3. These were soon afterwards erected by the community into bodies corporate; the establishment of the community, of course, preceding, the incorporation of the guilds. – Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete by John Lothrop Motley
  4. He was using no idle epithet, when he described the disposition of a stupendous wisdom, " moulding together the great mysterious incorporation of the human race." – Burke by John Morley
  5. So too in the life of the Spirit, incorporation plays a part which nothing can replace. – The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day by Evelyn Underhill
  6. The apologetic way in which Christianity is sometimes preached at the present day in India, in response to these well- meant but dangerous promptings, may possibly lead to the disastrous result of the incorporation of a kind of false Christ into Hinduism. – India and the Indians by Edward F. Elwin
  7. The incorporation of a quantity of dead leaves in the body of the nests, reminding one much, of those of the English Nightingale, is characteristic of the Red- whiskered Bulbul, and is scarcely to be met with in those of the White- cheeked or White- eared ones. – The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1 by Allan O. Hume
  8. I have, however, in common with several of my predecessors, directed the ministers of France and England to be assured that the United States entertain no designs against Cuba, but that, on the contrary, I should regard its incorporation into the Union at the present time as fraught with serious peril. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  9. In the session of 1842 or 1843 citizens of Nantucket presented a petition for an Act of Incorporation as a " Camel Company." – Reminiscences of Sixty Years in Public Affairs, Vol. 1 by George Boutwell
  10. Early in the year 1845 a corporate organization was effected for the extension of the telegraph from Baltimore to Philadelphia and New York, under the name of the Magnetic Telegraph Company, for which a special act of incorporation was obtained from the Legislature of the State of Maryland. – The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 17 by Charles Francis Horne
  11. The Norman kings frequently granted charters for the incorporation of towns, and an example is the grant of a charter to London by Henry I. in the year 1101. For more than a century and a half no person was permitted to hold office in a municipal corporation unless he had previously taken sacrament according to the rites of the Established Church. – England in the Days of Old by William Andrews
  12. In the incorporation of Hanover, Hesse- Cassel and the Danish Duchies with Prussia, he saw that it would be impossible to win the new populations to a loyal union with Prussia if the King's Government continued to recognise no friends but the landed aristocracy and the army. – History of Modern Europe 1792-1878 by C. A. Fyffe
  13. This is what is called incorporation – American Languages, and Why We Should Study Them by Daniel G. Brinton
  14. In order not to trouble him, Philip during his furlough avoided making any allusion to the near incorporation of Pierre's class in the army. – Pierre and Luce by Romain Rolland
  15. The " Club- Room Question," in one of these organizations having a membership of five hundred, distributed in one hundred and sixty- seven cities and towns in this country and abroad, was recently reported upon by the Council as follows:- The question of providing and maintaining club rooms and establishing a suitable library for the Society has been more or less discussed since its incorporation – Book-Lovers, Bibliomaniacs and Book Clubs by Henry H. Harper
  16. He soon became the idol of his little host, which, gradually swelling by the incorporation of several bands of redoubtable warriors, speedily assumed the proportions of a regal army. – Claimants to Royalty by John H. Ingram
  17. The incorporation of the country with its larger neighbour was complete, but it involved as little change as was possible in the circumstances. – An Outline of the Relations between England and Scotland (500-1707) by Robert S. Rait
  18. As to the racial composition of this colony and the way in which the method of colonization would affect the incorporation of the different racial elements in the life of the settlement, the superintendent, Mr. George C. Kreutzer, made the following statement: Five of the settlers on the colony are of German origin, two of Danish origin, two Italian, one French, and all the others are of either English, Irish, or Scotch origin. – A Stake in the Land by Peter Alexander Speek
  19. Danger of the incorporation of a false Christ into Hinduism. – India and the Indians by Edward F. Elwin

Rhymes for incorporation