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inclusion

noun all acceptance, all-embracing uniierse, all-encompassing universe, all facets, blanket analysis, broad analysis, compendious amount, comprehensive number, diverse mix, diverse mixture, every facet, every side, exhaustive approach, extensive analysis, full vision, mainstreaming everyone, sweeping analysis, total number, total scope, umbrella, universe, unlimited acceptance
Associated concepts: inclusion of children with disabilities, inclusionary approach
See also: acceptance, accession, addendum, admittance, affiliation, appendix, composition, coverage, insertion, scope
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Paid Inclusion program will provide participating Web site owners
To determine the cleanliness of the casting, the cope surfaces of the test plates were machined to reveal any subsurface defects and inclusions.
But it seems that fluid inclusions acted as a protected microenvironment that allowed the oil to survive," says Roger Buick of the University of Sydney.
Scientists have more confidence in their knowledge of how and when inclusions form if they are small rather than large.
shareholders calculated the deemed dividend amounts (subpart F inclusions and the Sec.
Positron Systems will demonstrate that PIPA can detect smaller (previously undetectable) buried inclusions, earlier in the manufacturing process of the component.
One major concern centers on whether the fluid-filled inclusions formed when the original salt deposited or later, when heat, vibrations, or other events caused recrystallization.
956 and 956A inclusions tax free under the new law; such amounts are not considered PTI until year 2.
Next, characterize the appearance, location and frequency of inclusion defects, and, where possible, the composition of inclusions.
Gem collectors reject diamonds marred by little black inclusions of foreign minerals.
Aluminum oxide inclusions reduce the fluidity of molten aluminum, diminish its mechanical properties and cause poor machinability.

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