inclusions

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But its omissions are even more distinctly Irish than its inclusions.

But it is to be noted that all these are purely negative—exclusions not inclusions.

Besides the counterfeiting of the inclusions of amber there are several substitutes for the gum itself.

Inclusions of foreign matter, accidentally caught up during growth, are frequently present in crystals.

Like most generalizations, this one has possibly more exceptions than inclusions.

It was about an inch in diameter and two in length, and there were inclusions in the clear material.

Some of the inclusions were found wholly illogical and unsuited to the work of the several Departments.

This nucleus is nourished by oils, salts and other inclusions, known as Cytoplasm.