inclusion

[ in-kloo-zhuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF inclusion

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But the inclusion of so wide a field has had a disadvantage.

But I thought it better to err on the side of inclusion than on that of exclusion.

We do not approve of his inclusion of the excerpts of Vinidarius in the Apician text.

No objection had been raised to the inclusion of my instructions.

The reasons for the inclusion of the others are fairly clear.

But Bardsley's inclusion of American statistics is often misleading.

A soliloquy was missing there—and better so, its inclusion would have been a mistake.

Avoid any lateral movement or the inclusion of bubbles of air.

The importance of the inclusion of the tower in the plan is obvious.

Their inclusion in the list would have destroyed the author's charge.

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