verb (used with object), en·cour·aged, en·cour·ag·ing.
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When you sign up, it offers you a free stock, generally under $10, and encourages you to invite your friends to get more free stocks.
“As you know, District 8 is a working-class community and it is challenging to encourage individuals to participate in a process that involves a significant time commitment,” she said.Few Latino Residents Are Applying to Take Part in Redistricting|Andrew Keatts and Maya Srikrishnan|July 8, 2020|Voice of San Diego
They encouraged the families they served to make custom grocery store lists as well.How Black Communities Are Bridging the Food Access Gap|Nadra Nittle|July 8, 2020|Eater
Rather, what is called for are principles-based policies aimed at encouraging responsible corporate cultures.The coronavirus crisis is increasing the risk of bank fraud. Here’s how banks can play defense|matthewheimer|July 7, 2020|Fortune
I encourage all business leaders to drive cultural change within their companies and change the way we think and talk about addiction so that we can remove the hurdle of stigma for those who might otherwise seek timely help.A guide for companies that want to fight the stigma around opioid addiction|jakemeth|July 6, 2020|Fortune