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involved

(A party to), adjective absorbed, absorbed with, added as a defendant, added as a party, caught up in, contributing, devoted to, engaged, engrossed in, immersed in, implied, intent, intent on, occupied, taken up with

involved

(Complex), adjective a party to, cloudy, complexed, complicated, compound, concerned, confused, constructive, convoluted, difficult, disordered, elaborate, esoteric, implicated, inextricable, interested, intricate, involute, labyrinthine, obscure, problematic, recondite, sinuous, tortuous, unclear
See also: abstruse, at risk, complex, compound, constructive, difficult, disordered, elaborate, esoteric, inextricable, interested, intricate, obscure, problematic, recondite, sinuous, tortuous
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The terrorists were involved in killing innocent civilians, polio workers, NGO employees, police officials and armed forces personnel, the statement added.
These terrorist also include those who were involved in sectarian killings, kidnapping and slaughtering of civilians and personnel of Frontier Constabulary and killing of Major Abdid Majeed of Pakistan Army.
2 : to take part in <I'm not involved in the planning.
They continue to live as a small community even though they regularly attend Sunday Mass in the large parish, and they are not much involved in parish life.
A small number of nursing home executives are actively involved in some level of RHIO-related planning or activity.
Notably, in February 2006, two of the IRS's top "Dirty Dozen" tax scares involved credit-counseling and abuse of charitable organizations and deductions.
When a stretch is done it produces either elastic extension (lengthening of the involved tissues with a later return to normal), plastic deformation (in which the lengthening becomes permanent), or tissue rupture.
Seven reports of possible human contact with vaccine involved 10 persons.
The line organization was not adequately involved in the safety and health management system.
The two co-brokered a deal that involved a labyrinthine series of events that ultimately led to a successfully brokered transaction.
There is a disparity on those who want to become involved and at what level.
Generally, agencies do not trace the mental or emotional health of officers involved in critical incidents nor do they track family problems, substance abuse, or any other long-term effects that develop.