fail to include

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We will no longer respond to inquiries that fail to include specific model and manufacturer information.
Our joy is incomplete as long as the other 9 soldiers have not been set free," said Jumblatt, adding that "our gratitude also remains curtailed if we fail to include House Speaker, Nabih Berri, in our words of appreciation.
It's hard to think of any other major sport or industry in which women are theoretically involved on an equal footing that would so unthinkingly and arrogantly fail to include the views and input of half the population.
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Churches, ancient woodlands and stately homes are in danger of being forgotten as internet maps fail to include traditional landmarks, BCS president Mary Spence said.
When we fail to include charitable giving as a line item in our personal or family budgets, we spend (or in the frenzy of holiday shopping, overspend) money we could have earmarked for the causes we believe in.
Bixby said Congress and the White House do a disservice to the country's financial health when they unveil budgets that fail to include money everyone knows must be spent: funding for Iraq, for example, or for long-predicted disasters.
Many managers fail to include all true variable costs in the analysis because they have historically been included in overhead costs.
Twenty-two states and the District of Columbia fail to include behavioral health issues in their Medicaid-recommended screening instruments for children, according to a study conducted by the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law In many states, primary care providers receive no guidance from Medicaid agencies on screening tools that would help them accurately identik behavioral health problems.
TV chiefs said the true audience was probably 26million because official figures fail to include those who tuned in at work or in a pub.
Medicare bulletins--the primary vehicle that carriers use to communicate with physicians--are often poorly organized and sometimes fail to include information about upcoming program changes.
For example, Medicare bulletins--the primary venue carriers use to communicate with physicians--are often poorly organized and sometimes fail to include information about upcoming program changes.