Definition of integrating:
- completing (part of speech: verb)
- cohering (part of speech: verb)
- including (part of speech: verb)
ordering (part of speech: verb)
- unifying (part of speech: verb)
The astounding variety, complexity, and harmony which are everywhere so conspicuous in the world of phenomena must have seemed to necessitate as an explanation some one integrating cause; and it is impossible that in the eighteenth century any such integrating cause can have been conceivable other than Intelligence.- "A Candid Examination of Theism", George John Romanes.
A comparison based on the quantitative consideration of all of the several factors seems to be made practically impossible by the difficulty of ascertaining accurately the quantitative range and importance of each factor, and by the difficulty of integrating all of the factors even if they should be determined.- "The Economic Aspect of Geology", C. K. Leith.
The Committee for Economic Development claims that its educational work in economics is dedicated to progress of free enterprise; and many of its programs in schools and colleges are educational; but its subtle and relentless emphasis is on the governmental interventionism that is the essence of New- Dealism, Fair- Dealism, Modern- Republicanism, and New- Frontierism- the governmental interventionism prescribed long ago as the way to socialize the economy of America in preparation for integrating this nation into a worldwide socialist system.- "The Invisible Government", Dan Smoot.