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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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Common techniques for the removal of inclusions involve settling during holding of the melt, flotation during the injection of gases, filtration, and fluxing.
When a Subpart F income inclusion is limited by the CFC's current-year E&P, Sec.
Developing chocolate-based inclusions for ice cream presents a major challenge for chocolate and ice cream makers.
These acidophilic inclusions bear some resemblance to nuclear inclusions seen in morule-forming neoplasms with biotin-rich, optically clear nuclei (BROCN), which are now thought to be surrogate products of beta-catenin/ Wnt pathway alterations.
The deformation behaviour of types I, II and III manganese sulphides is well established and research findings are in agreement with that of Scheil and Schnell that manganese sulphide inclusions generally elongate without fracturing during steel working irrespective of temperature (Baker and Charles, 1972).
Subsequently, Wertheim (1900) reported the presence of benign inclusions in lymph nodes in the pelvic region.
Bohler-Uddeholm ran a series of tests to determine the effects of inclusions on impact toughness and fatigue strength.
The title of his paper was "Fluid inclusions, from H.
Perhaps shoddy implementation is the reason why the evidence on inclusions effectiveness is so mixed.
The researchers found that the inclusions themselves were chromium-rich, but the zones surrounding them contained as little as 10 percent chromium.
For effective and efficient use of fluid inclusions the experienced economic geologist begins by asking pointed scientific questions.
SensoryEffects are lipid-based inclusions and bits that can be used in sweet and savory applications, for use in bakery goods, hot cereals, and savory snacks.

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