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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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In the area of housing, inclusionary zoning refers to efforts to develop affordable housing in areas or neighborhoods where such housing is limited.
I will then argue that, disguised as an economic inclusionary strategy, the referred program further sustains a systemic exclusionary discriminatory discourse, as it particularly relates to newcomers' labour market integration.
Phase IV is the follow-up stage whereby the inclusionary teams are evaluated from two perspectives.
Our article was concerned with the state of the law in Florida, and one issue raised was that even if the Nollan/ Dolan analysis does not apply to mandatory inclusionary zoning programs, Florida's dual rational nexus test would demand the same level of judicial review.
Protocol driven liberation theory begins with rather few, inclusionary criteria intended to identify candidates for the daily screening.
Inclusionary zoning laws typically require a developer to set aside 10 percent to 20 percent of units as affordable.
The case promises to be one of the most serious challenges to inclusionary zoning in years.
As long as private developers set the agenda and groups respond by asking for Community Benefits Agreements or inclusionary zoning," says Dorian Warren, the expert on race and labor from the University of Chicago, "we may just be trying to get a piece of the pie.
Placing students in classrooms where they face a chronic lack of challenge is inappropriate, and therefore inclusionary programs that address these characteristics in a meaningful way should be commended.
The book covers a range of issues with chapters on such topics as: questions about referenda used to stop affordable housing; developer claim of vested rights; the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment; trends in land use litigation; land use planning; incentives for historic preservation; inclusionary zoning; and, ethical considerations.
Highland Park amended its 1997 Zoning Code to include a section on inclusionary zoning for affordable housing (Article XXI).

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