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Use "involving" in a sentence
"Atwood also addresses the controversy surrounding her rejection of the SF label; she says it's a misunderstanding stemming from her very narrow definition of the term, a definition involving gizmos and skintight unitards."
"I chose the title involving global warming because their argument seems somewhat similar to the argument that we can't fully explain the 20th century global warming by the first natural model we write down so it must be caused by the first "unnatural" but convenient effect we think about, namely the greenhouse effect."
"Updated 3: 46: Lilly Ledbetter, a Supreme Court plaintiff so famous she appeared at the Democratic National Convention in August, just made her first appearance in a question by Chairman Leahy, along with Savannah Redding, the plaintiff in the case this term involving a strip search of her when she was 13 years old."