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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.

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At TELUS, we embrace diversity and inclusiveness because it's the right thing to do and it's critical to our success.
There is still plenty of room to grow and improve, but the journey starts with a realization of the value of inclusiveness and diversity.
The session, themed Empowering people and ensuring inclusiveness and equality, saw the participation of more than 550 delegates from 46 out of the 53 member countries of the ESCAP.
She added that introduction of Spelling Bee for the deaf and blind was a testimony to the perseverance of Spelling Bee Botswana to improve the inclusiveness of education system in the country.
Idea of Islam is premised on inclusiveness, pluralism and peaceful coexistence.
'The entire premise of Islam is on inclusiveness, pluralism and peaceful coexistence.
'Essentially this is why it will go down in history of sports as the SEA Games that will develop friendship, inclusiveness and camaraderie,' added Vargas.
"Jaguar Land Rover promotes diversity and inclusiveness to create a respectful workplace, and adopts a zero tolerance to discrimination on any ground.
Education Secretary Leonor Briones presented the Philippines' policies and development plans to ensure inclusiveness and promote respect for cultural diversity during the recently-held Global Education Meeting (GEM) in Brussels, Belgium.
Summary: Bhubaneswar (Odisha) [India], December 10: The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC), in its endeavour towards inclusiveness of urban homeless, brought 230 people from seven shelters across the city to take part in an International Food Festival (IFF) on Sunday.
The establishment of justice system and promotion of unity, tolerance and inclusiveness are the important pillars of an Islamic society,' she said, and emphasized the need for inclusiveness and tolerance as preached by Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him).
He shared his thoughts on the revolution fintech is creating in the delivery of traditional financial services and the reshaping of the financial landscape with customers demanding greater inclusiveness, ease, speed and affordability.