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in·tro·duces

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  1. discounter

  2. rediscount

  3. reductions

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of introduces in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of introduces in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of introduces in a Sentence

  1. Robert Dunham:

    Every time someone introduces a new method of execution, they make the same argument: 'Trust me. It will be quick. It will be painless. It is the most humane alternative,' they have a political or commercial interest in the outcome. And they haven't done any real medical or scientific research to back up their claims. And in every instance, sooner or later, something they didn't anticipate goes wrong.

  2. Per Hammarlund:

    It was much weaker than anticipated and that could mean the central bank introduces negative interest rates.

  3. John Boscariol:

    It introduces costs and complications, and it introduces a likelihood that you might not get that relief, that's not without cost.

  4. Michael Hennessy:

    While we still have great respect for Och-Ziff, we grew uncomfortable with the notion of it becoming a public company, because that introduces troubling potential for a misalignment of interest between fund investors and the firm - with attendant asset growth being one of our concerns.

  5. Jonathan Todres:

    Hollywood loves a very dramatic abduction and similar stories, but that is not what typically happens in trafficking cases, it is usually someone they know or someone that an acquaintance knows. So it may be that a peer introduces them to someone who ends up recruiting for a trafficking ring.

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