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inclusive

adjective all-embracing, broad, consisting of, containing, embodying, embracing, encircling, enclosing, exhaustive, extensive, full, general, sweeping, total, vast, wide
See also: broad, complete, comprehensive, detailed, extensive, general, gross, omnibus, thorough, total

INCLUSIVE. Comprehended in computation. In computing time, as ten days from a particular time, one day is generally to be included and one excluded. Vide article Exclusive, and the authorities there cited.

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That's a bad argument because gender is not to be understood exclusively but inclusively.
Long lauded for its work in reinventing government, Hampton has made a commitment to working collaboratively and inclusively with citizens and other stakeholders to "establish Hampton as the most livable city in Virginia.
She is concerned with her definitions and aware that she has chosen to employ selected case studies, not to inclusively survey the protagonists of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English literature; readers will find themselves musing about how the analysis might have differed had other writers and works been chosen.
I hope that the placing of the `Save our Reservoirs' placard (with ducky) in willing hands, or against interesting backdrops, will help people, particularly the folk back home, think more deeply and inclusively about the subject of city open spaces.
It is a problem trying to prevent young people accessing alcohol, and it should be looked at inclusively by retailers, police and families alike.
seeks a way forward from these conflicts by arguing for the contribution of a communion ecclesiology "defined more inclusively to embrace a reasonable range of theological approaches" (172).
The talk is significant because, in a church where language such as "objectively disordered" should be applied to no one, Newman speaks lovingly and inclusively of gay and lesbian Catholics.
But we worked hard to get this ceasefire, as did many other people, and the only way we're going to stop further killings is to talk to everyone and talk inclusively.
Later the term came to be used more inclusively for tribal elements in the north-central hill country, and eventually for the Israelite-Judean monarchy.
The balance of $47,107,100 was redeemed at the price of $100 per Debenture plus accrued and unpaid interest thereon up to September 29, 2015 inclusively, as provided for in the Trust Indenture dated September 15, 2010.