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invest

 [in-vest´]
1. to envelop in or cover another tissue or part (as fascia).
2. to surround, envelop, or embed in an investment material.

invest (invest´),

v to surround, envelop, or embed in an investment material; e.g., a gypsum product.
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They typically want the investment management firm to invest in these projects alongside of them.
Few companies are taking the steps necessary to avoid or limit the damages from such lawsuits by, for example, restricting the amount of 401(k) assets employees can invest in company stock.
If we ran Northern Ontario like an advanced country, we would invest 2.
He discusses the various rules of the game throughout the region as well as how and where to invest.
Since only about three-fourths of Social Security payroll taxes are spent on benefits for current retirees, Porter's plan would let workers invest most of their "surplus" payroll taxes privately.
At the new INVEST Centers in Union National and Pennview Savings Banks, the general public, as well as the bank's customers, can obtain professional, objective investment advice, carefully researched investment recommendations, and choose from a variety of financial products.
Each month, Keyes invests around $500 for his retirement, puts $25 into each of his daughters' savings accounts, and invests $60 into Sha-Nesha's Buyandhold.
The solution: Invest in an efficient market, which lessens risk and increases the likelihood of return.
Even newcomers to the stock market can learn how to invest and not risk much money with the help of an investment club,'' said Ken Janke, president and chief executive officer of the nonprofit National Association of Investors Corp.