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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.

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The July 31 public participation forum was an eye opener in terms of what to expect in the Huduma Namba and the National Integrated Identity Management System (NIIMS) as a whole.
According to the Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS), the labor participation rate is a ratio of the workforce at age 15 or older to the total population in that age category.
"Children's participation in Medicaid/CHIP rose between 2013 and 2016, which suggests that continued policy efforts to improve outreach, enrollment, and retention and the implementation of the ACA's coverage provisions succeeded in reducing the number of eligible but uninsured children," the authors write.
Data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) of the United States Department of Labor (2015) for individuals 25 years of age and older show labor force participation rates rose by almost 10% between 1948 and the early 2000s, declining by more than 2.5% after 2008.
A few studies have investigated the effects of visualizing individual or group online participation on learner participation or learning outcomes.
Results of different studies show that political efficacy determines political behaviors of people (Abramson and Aldrich, 1982) and especially escalates political participation (Finkel, 1985; GastilandXenos, 2010; Stenner-Day and Fischle, 1992).
The age distribution of the population can strongly influence overall labor force participation. Figure 2 shows the change in the civilian noninstitutional population by major age group since 1948.
The labour force participation rate has slightly decreased from 32.9 percent in 2012-13 to 32.3 per cent in 2014-15.
In the days following the conclusion of the Initial Early Participation Time, a significant number of noteholders inquired about the Early Participation Premium.
In the 2012 constitutional referendum, the overall participation rate dropped to 32.9%, with a clear setback in levels of youth participation.
Active participation is the least-stringent test, in which the taxpayer does not need to have regular, continuous, and substantial involvement in the operations.
Without the presence of rural women, the participation of farm women in economic activities is an undeniable reality.

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