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    #1

    Lightbulb Cover or Incorporate

    Hi

    Is it better to say:

    The time-frame explored in this study (1953-2008) does not cover the events of the “Arab Spring”
    Or
    The time-frame explored in this study (1953-2008) does not incorporate the events of the “Arab Spring”

    Thanks in advance

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    #2

    Re: Cover or Incorporate

    * Not a teacher

    I'd go for the first one. You could also use include.

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