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inclusion

1. Geology a solid fragment, liquid globule, or pocket of gas enclosed in a mineral or rock
2. Maths
a. the relation between two sets that obtains when all the members of the first are members of the second.
b. strict or proper inclusion the relation that obtains between two sets when the first includes the second but not vice versa.
3. Engineering a foreign particle in a metal, such as a particle of metal oxide

inclusion

[in′klü·zhən]
(cell and molecular biology)
A visible product of cellular metabolism within the protoplasm.
(crystallography)
A crystal or fragment of a crystal found in another crystal.
A small cavity filled with gas or liquid in a crystal.
(metallurgy)
An impure particle, such as sand, trapped in molten metal during solidification.
(petrology)
A fragment of older rock enclosed in an igneous rock.

inclusion

The presence of foreign matter in a finished material.
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Inclusionary housing has been challenged in court, but programs can be designed to minimize legal risks.
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It is widely understood that both voluntary and mandatory inclusionary zoning programs have provided mixed results (many unintended), and that the success of any inclusionary zoning program depends in large measure on the incentives given, local market conditions, and the commitment from the local government's planning staff to sell the concept to the development community.
Later in the fall of 2006, Fleetwood said money was placed in the city and county budgets to pay for a more in-depth look at inclusionary zoning and Whatcom's affordable housing problems--and just like that, CHAT was born.
Inclusionary criteria must be straightforward and prompt decisions concerning the initiation and continuance of Spontaneous Breathing Trials, (SBT) or Trials of Extubation, (TOE).
Villaraigosa himself spoke in support when the inclusionary zoning law was proposed, but backed away during his campaign for mayor, saying he didn't necessarily endorse the proposal on the table.
In the early 1990s, the inclusionary spirit of the Michigan festival is tested by a ban on male-to-female transsexuals, in response to which transgender activists establish Camp Trans outside the gates.
The Student Teacher Literacy Project provided training for university student teachers completing their clinical experiences in inclusionary classrooms, Grades 1 through 5.
However, until recently, not much was known about inclusionary practices and their effects on participant outcomes in organized camp and outdoor school programs.
We feel that our basic premise, however, is valid: A trend toward judicially ordered inclusionary placements has begun.
From that point on, the international lenders, not the leaders of the PRI, determined how much room the Mexican system had to exercise its inclusionary program in order to bring the various classes and sectors into the tent.
The specific inclusionary model represented in this book is one in which special needs students participate in specially designed programs and receive support within the regular classroom.

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