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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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Julfar explained, adding: "It identifies the challenges associated with achieving an inclusive working environment for people of determination, all the while outlining the Community Development Authority's leading role in awareness and advocacy on right of people of determination to work and participate actively in the economic development of the UAE"
The Ministry of Education also adopted a 'trainer-the-trainer approach' whereby teachers who received the initial training were required to train other teachers in inclusive education approaches.
3] asserted that inclusive classroom should be well organized and allow for children to attend therapeutic sessions.
Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, the CEO and founder of the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism, says, We are pleased to share the findings from the Conference on Inclusive Capitalism poll, presented by EY, with the worldwide business community and the public.
An ADB study on the inclusive business market in the Philippines showed that the country has about one million small and medium enterprises, about 600 large companies, and 20,000 social enterprises, cooperatives and nongovernment organizations, but [there were] only about 100 inclusive business models, 15 of which are investable, it noted.
Given potential consumers' overall income and numbers, standard innovators may have better opportunities than inclusive innovators to attain production scale and product standardization (since agriculture plays a lesser role and local specificities have less impact on products not typically required by the poor).
It will also highlight the body of practice from Latin America through the participation of the Inter-American Development Bank who has played a catalytic role in promoting impact investing and inclusive business development in Latin America through successfully deploying US$260 million in more than 40 investments across the region over the last six years.
Andrew Brown, the head of travel money for Post Office Travel Insurance, a UK-based travel insurance company, said, 'All Inclusive holidays are definitely on the increase, especially in Europe, which, according to our research, now accounts for two-thirds of All Inclusive trips by UK holidaymakers.
Inclusive Health does just that," said Tracey Samayeh, president of Inclusive Health.
Understanding the scope, current strategies and changing role of industry for inclusive growth;
Due to the diverse, culturally based definitions of special needs and that of inclusive education worldwide, the number of children categorized as children with special needs and those who attend inclusive educational programs varies widely.
com and was developed by Sagentia, a member of the CITD (Centre for Inclusive Technology and Design), in conjunction with iDesign.

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