I looked up the definition for "incorporate" and stumbled across this sentence from the ODO, which is not how I would have used it.
1 Take in or contain (something) as part of a whole; include.
‘he has incorporated in his proposals a number of measures’
It is from the ODO and so it must be correct but can someone confirm if my usage would be correct or not? If it is not correct I want to understand what I am missing grammar-wise.
"he has incorporated a number of measures in his proposals"