That entails consultation with the citizens of the eleven provinces before any bill can become law.
That would entail a fight with environmentalists and their allies in Congress.
His work entailed frequent contact with the local aboriginal people, with whom he seemed to get on well.
Admission to pre-primary school entails an interview with the student and parents.
Visual memory, in an academic environment, entails work with pictures, symbols, numbers, letters, and especially words.
Removal would entail a violent public act with a sledgehammer.
It, again, entails college work, and school work, with the group of children which the students joined in the first term.
We considered scores of "riding holidays," but all entailed going in a group, with a guide.
The kit entailed a thick red horizontal strip, with a white background, and was used until 1961.
They entail a different strategy, with a strong defensive position being much more important.
The entail from the grandfather was on the eldest son.
This will entail a very different power structure from fossil fuel, financial capitalism.
This will entail skydiving from high above the Earth's atmosphere all the way back down to the surface.
Chapter 7 examines what this entails from the manufacturer's perspective.
Paying that debt can entail anything from years of patient work to instant willingness to die.
Using one in public entails interruptions from people who want to know what you've got there.
He wondered what way of dealing with them would entail the least distraction from the things that did matter.
Singing with the Choir entails a significant commitment of time and effort from its members.
If approved, it would entail a hybrid from proposals on both sides.
If you're taking a degree in chemistry, you will already have a fair idea of what the subject entails from your A-level.