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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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i] is the Shapley Value of participator i, and is the aggregation of the contributions made by i to all the coalitions in which it may be present.
When we examine the views of the participators according to their genders; we see that %45,5 of male participators say "quite much", %36,4 say "much" and %18,2 say "a little"; whereas %84,6 of the female participators say "quite much", %15,4 say "much" and %13 say "a little".
With a breaking of signal on a photo receiver hardware will detect passing of participator (Robotino) through the check point.
The second part of the book deals with challenges faced by four categories of voice users: private studio teachers and students, music educators, choral conductors and participators, and performers.
The model correctly classified 61% of individuals as frequent or infrequent participators.
The CLM coaches educators in arranging and rearranging the parts of their learning environments so that children become participators in the variety of instructional conditions that a teacher employs to support learning.
Of the students who responded to this question, 373 (73%) had not participated in community/social-action groups, whereas 136 (27%) had been community/social-action group participators.
The average ADL score for High Participators (those who took advantage of 50% or more opportunities to participate) was 9.
For additional correlational analyses and group-based comparisons, two groups were identified: High Total Participators (HTPs) were those whose score was in the upper third percentile while Low Total Participators (LTPs) were those whose score was in the bottom third percentile.
Anecdotal information from other interviews indicates that participators tend to be middle-age and highly educated (Nilsson 2001).
As participators in the goal-oriented public spheres of sports and politics, both Tom and Willie act compulsively and single-mindedly in the interest only of the end result and forsake the "rules" of the game.
Participators unanimously declared that women in the Middle East and North Africa still need more support to be equal with men and to be more involved in decision-making at various levels.

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