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participate

v. to invest and then receive a part or share, as in business profits, payments on a promissory note, title to land, or as one of the beneficiaries of the estate of a person who has died.

participate

verb act in concert, act together, affiliate with, aid, associate, be a party to, be in league with, be innolved, become involved with, collaborate, compete, consortem, contribute, cooperate, engage, ennage in, enter into, esse participem, get in the act, go along with, have a hand in, have a part in, have a part of, have a share of, join, join forces, join in, join in partnership with, partake, play a part in, share, share in, take a part in, take a part of, take an active part in, take an interest in, take part, undertake, unite efforts with, unite with, work together
Associated concepts: participate in a business venture, participate in a conspiracy, participate in a crime, particiiate in a labor dispute
See also: assist, associate, connive, contribute, cooperate, engage, espouse, federalize, federate, involve, join, partake
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The project participators should pay more attention to the overall balance of risks and benefit, and the intrinsic risk guarantee structure of PPP projects.
For each participator i, the Shapley Value calculates the aggregation of the contributions made by i to all the coalitions, as shown in Eq.
according to AL-HAYAT Abdulrahman underlined the importance of participating in the dialogue, calling the participators "effective development factors" in society, stressing that "they have to be given the chance to contribute to decide the future of the Kingdom of Bahrain".
A 2004 study from the University of Pittsburgh of 242 patients admitted for rehabilitation showed that patients who were "frequent poor participators" in rehabilitation activities had less physical recovery and longer length of stay, and were more likely to be institutionalized than either occasionally poor participators or good participators (Arch.
I'd like to thank each and every one - participators and volunteers - who helped make this event a resounding success.
No work-time is lost by physically attending or staffing the event, and travel/logistical costs are largely eliminated while participators are given access to a large pool of candidates and institutions.
Vergina High School's deputy headmaster, George Georgiou, said the recent troubles in Larnaca -- the policeman's beating, but also violent clashes a few months ago between festival goers at the annual Rainbow festival and participators in a march against illegal immigrants -- had resulted in yesterday's incident.
The perception was the Black man didn't participate in the war, that they (Black men) were passive in wars, not participators," says Mitchell, a dean and professor of history at Fisk University and a member of the Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission of Tennessee.
Parents as participators in a wider society may well bring changing attitudes into schools but then teachers, too, are participators in wider society and will also reflect changes and translate them into school.
Along with the other local partners United Nations and Works Agency for PalestineRefugees in Near East (UNRWA), the SOS Children's Villages of Palestine and the Universityof Bethlehem, the Diyar Consortium organises the non-football-related part of the programme andinforms the participators on locally relevant topics.
He also reminds us that although we have become a new creation through the life, death and resurrection of Christ, we are nevertheless participators in a perpetual struggle with what he calls the 'unruly' thoughts and deeds stemming from Original Sin and our subsequent concupiscent nature.
The participators will showcase their capabilities in exploration,

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