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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Industries include consulting, healthcare and high-tech.
Each type of cancer includes information on subtypes of the cancer, location of the cancer, spread (rate, most common site of metastasis), known causes and risk factors, screening methods, common signs and symptoms, diagnostic procedures, treatment overview, treatment by stage and type, follow-up treatment, and recurrence potential.
This category includes a variety of traditional non-personal-injury tort claims, such as slander or libel, as well as all other nonemployment and nondiscrimination cases such as contract claims.
Mix and meter dispensing machines currently include eight external-mix systems for gel-coat and spray-up that feature company's AAC air-assist containment pattern management system.
Her industry awards include the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, the Corporate Real Estate Executive of the Year Award and Presidency for NACORE NY Chapter (now Corenet); Construction Executive of the Year Award from PWC, and Executive of the Year Award from NAWIC.
Plenary sessions scheduled for Wednesday, May 31, will include paper, textiles and tires, each followed by trading sessions in the exhibit area.
Laboratory-based research projects may include mechanistic studies of environmental agents that contribute to adverse health outcomes in children as well as research that will improve our basic understanding of pathophysiology, molecular genetics, or cell biology of developmental processes.
Session 4 on "Natural rubber based TPVs," will include the following presentation: "Natural rubber based TPVs for improved performance," Stuart Cook, J.
Appendices include Resources for Parents, Songs that Americans of All Ages Should know and Can Sing, National Standards for Music Education and Suggestions for Listening.
Under this rule, even if the taxpayer's production activities involve parts, components, or even finished products manufactured abroad or by unrelated parties, the taxpayer is entitled to include in its own DPGR the entire sales price of QPP as long as the activities that the taxpayer performs on that item independently satisfy either the "substantial in nature" standard or the 20-percent safe harbor.
Specifically, the Tool Kit includes five print advertisements for CPA firms to run in their local publications.
Both bills define manufacturing domestic production activity income broadly to include income attributable to tangible personal property manufactured, produced, grown or extracted in the U.S., including certain construction, agriculture and engineering services; software, movies and music; and oil and gas refining.