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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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Maryam Saif, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer of Zain Group, said: "The benefits of creating a gender diverse workforce are myriad and extend well beyond our company.
PoDFA and Prefil metallographic results provide information about the existing types of inclusions but the results, if expedited, would take more than 2 weeks to be available, while timing also depends on the number of tests solicited.
Eight of 11 cases (72%) in the study group showed detached intracytoplasmic inclusions in mature neutrophils consistent with Howell-Jolly body-like inclusions (Figure, a through d).
There were used the principles given by Roedder (1984) and the concept of FIA ('fluid inclusion assemblage'), defined by Goldstein (2003) as well as the number of phases, their proportions at ambient temperature (25[degrees]C) and the spectroscopic data for the recognition of primary pseudo-secondary and secondary inclusions.
Developing chocolate-based inclusions for ice cream presents a major challenge for chocolate and ice cream makers.
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).
Benign inclusions are foci of non-neoplastic ectopic tissue in lymph nodes, in which different types of tissues can be seen (Fregnani et al., 2004).
Similarly, the size and volume of the inclusions need to be reduced, as well.
The title of his paper was "Fluid inclusions, from H.C.
Since 1981, legislation within the United Kingdom has promoted the integration and inclusion of a wider range of children in mainstream settings (Chapman and Ware, 1999).
Daniel's presence in a regular classroom, with the help of an educational aide, is the result of the "inclusion" movement among advocates for the disabled.
The researchers found that the inclusions themselves were chromium-rich, but the zones surrounding them contained as little as 10 percent chromium.

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