- the state of taking in or encircling
"an island in the embrace of the sea"
- Embrace your dreams.
- One cannot embrace the unembraceable.
- Embrace your vulnerability, feel your fear, love fully.
- Why do women want to sleep in a man's embrace?
- People need to be aware of their differences, but also embrace their commonness.
- He was doubtful at first but soon came to embrace my advice.
- This is a difficult responsibility to embrace. For human history has often been a record of nations and tribes subjugating one another to serve their own interests. Yet in this new age, such attitudes are self-defeating.
- Its competence shall embrace the programme measures within the limits of the Community aid granted.
- Each baseline should also embrace the functionality of the previous baseline.
- Furthermore, these relations have developed to embrace a widening array of subjects and areas in the economic sphere and beyond.
- promote a consistent, comprehensive and integrated approach to official controls of feed and food, animal health and animal welfare legislation, and embrace all sectors and all stages of the feed and food chain, including import and introduction;
- shall have as its general responsibility the satisfactory progress of the programme towards attainment of the objectives set. Its competence shall embrace the programme measures within the limits of the Community aid granted.
- The scope of this Directive should embrace the quality and safety of human tissues and cells during coding, processing, preservation, storage and distribution to the healthcare establishment where they will be applied to the human body.
- A quality system for blood establishments should embrace the principles of quality management, quality assurance, and continuous quality improvement, and should include personnel, premises and equipment, documentation, collection, testing and processing, storage and distribution, contract management, non-conformance and self-inspection, quality control, blood component recall, and external and internal auditing.
- In line with the conclusions of the Brussels European Council (22 and 23 March 2005), as a general instrument for coordinating economic policies, the BEPGs should continue to embrace the whole range of macroeconomic and microeconomic policies, as well as employment policy insofar as this interacts with those policies; the BEPGs will ensure general economic consistency between the three strands of the strategy.