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Incorporated in Companies topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishIncorporatedIn‧cor‧po‧rat‧ed /ɪnˈkɔːpəreɪtɪd $ -ɔːr-/ AWL adjective (written abbreviation Inc.)  used after the name of a company in the US to show that it has become a corporationBBClimited
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IncorporatedEach type of wave attracted a different noun, and the nouns incorporated adjectives, verbs, whole narratives.Landscape, pasture, workplaces and cemetery are all incorporated and can be experienced from the abbey garden.Its main use, therefore, is for the issue of advertisements to incorporated companies of a reasonable size.The result is a permanent war establishment run by a privately incorporated economy operating within a political vacuum.Only eight districts had a computerised information system that incorporated information from assessments.The amount of incorporated label was measured by scintillation counting.The plants are then supplied with an incorporated maintenance programme.As an incorporated vehicle, it would ring-fence past claims from new capital-providers.