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  • The language could then encompass any or all of the above techniques as required by the problem at hand.
  • The term now encompasses any means of deliberately and directly causing the death of fellow military members.
  • A good policy is one that is at once broad enough to encompass any novel event and specific enough to always return a clear answer or action.
  • They encompass any online account that a person may have such as social media, shopping sites, and gaming sites.
  • Shallow water equation models have only one vertical level, so they cannot directly encompass any factor that varies with height.
  • More recently the use of the term has expanded to encompass any group of advisers to a decision maker, whether or not in politics.
  • It thus encompasses any other decision-making practice with society-wide constitutive efforts that involve the flow of information and how it is processed.
  • In the modern day, the term has sometimes been broadened to encompass any communicable or infectious disease.
  • But the meaning of the word was extended to encompass any instructor or trainer.
  • Utility cycling encompasses any cycling done simply as a means of transport rather than as a sport or leisure activity.
  • It is applied so as to encompass any attacker from all angles.
  • The term earth religion encompasses any religion that worships the earth, nature or fertility gods or goddesses.
  • This technique broadly encompasses any method of drawing that involves making accurate measurements primarily using the naked eye.
  • These are courses which are led by inmate-instructors and encompass any number of topics.
  • Later the meaning of the crime expanded to encompass any mutilation, disfigurement, or crippling act done using any instrument.
  • His dogma did not even encompass any creation myth for the gnoll race, which he could have used to help maintain some greater reverence toward himself.
  • The description broadly encompasses any Christian music that is conducive to these types of gatherings.
  • This concept encompasses any act of giving out of compassion, love, friendship (fraternity), religious duty or generosity.
  • Interactive media is not limited to a certain field of IT, it instead encompasses any technology that supplies for movie parts or feedback based on the users actions.
  • This is the most general sort of victory condition, which can be broad enough to encompass any method of winning, but here refers to game-specific goals that are usually not duplicated in other games.
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