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Use "encompassing" in a sentence
"In fact, ancient Egypt—a term encompassing a culture that lasted for more than 4,000 years—offers an incomparable opportunity to study how and why civilizations change over a long period of time."
"The bill refers to so-called non-state actors - a term encompassing terrorist groups, people-smugglers and transnational crime."
"Nanotechnology—a term encompassing nanoscale science, engineering, and technology—is focused on understanding, controlling, and exploiting the unique properties of matter that can emerge at scales of one to 100 nanometers."