01. Our hockey team is looking for a [corporate] sponsor to help us with costs.
02. He works for a large multinational [corporation] which deals in computer technology.
03. Our new marketing strategy will [incorporate] both Internet and e-mail advertising.
04. Both of the major political parties in the state are working to [incorporate] some key environmental policies into their platform.
05. The Sony [Corporation] is one of the largest companies in the world.
06. The major clothing retailer is trying to improve its [corporate] image by improving working conditions in its factories in the developing nations.
07. Top [corporate] executives are meeting today to urge the American government to lower taxes.
08. Our global economy now functions primarily to produce profit for large [corporations].
09. One of the most difficult things to do when you become a teacher is to learn how to [incorporate] all the theory you learn in university into your lesson plans.
10. John Kenneth Galbraith once said that the salary of the chief executive of the large [corporations] is not an award for achievement. It is frequently in the nature of a warm gesture by the individual to himself.
11. Howard Scott once remarked that a criminal is a person with predatory instincts who has not sufficient capital to form a [corporation].
12. George Will once suggested that football [incorporates] the two worst elements of American society: violence punctuated by committee meetings.
13. Ambrose Bierce once said that a [corporation] is an ingenious device for obtaining individual profit without individual responsibility.
14. Naomi Klein has observed that [corporations] have become the ruling political bodies of our era, setting the agenda of globalization.
15. Trade unions are an effective tool against [corporate] abuses.
16. Alice Embree once noted that humans must breathe, but [corporations] must make money.
17. The Galapagos Islands were [incorporated] as part of Ecuador in 1832.
18. Our new logo should help us to maintain a more easily recognizable [corporate] identity.
19. Studies show that 70% of the world's coffee market is controlled by just four multinational [corporations].
20. Two separate forms are required to register an [unincorporated] business.
21. In 1791, the Bill of Rights [incorporated] notions of freedom of speech, press, and fair trial into the new Constitution.

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