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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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And new regulations, including inclusionary housing and rent control, are limiting profit and causing investors to move more cautiously, developers said.
In the area of housing, inclusionary zoning refers to efforts to develop affordable housing in areas or neighborhoods where such housing is limited.
The discussion and critique will be organized around several conceptual tools, including the notions of "social capital" and/or "human capital attainment;' along with the concepts of "inclusion" and, respectively, "exclusion." 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.
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Through his real estate career, Kevane has served on the Inclusionary Housing Working Group as a member of the City of San Diego & San Diego Housing Commission (2001-02); was on the City of San Diego's Affordable Housing Task Force, including four subcommittees (2002-03); and served as legislative chair of the San Diego County Apartment Association (2004), as well as volunteering on the association's Legislative Steering Committee since 1995.
A COALITION OF BUILDERS AND REALTORS in Florida filed a lawsuit earlier this year in the state's Second Judicial Circuit Court in Leon County to challenge an inclusionary zoning law that the city of Tallahassee passed in spring 2005 to provide more workforce housing.
Regarding smoking status, one inclusionary criterion for our study was to be a nonsmoker and live with nonsmokers; thus smoking is not an important indoor source of particles in these residences.
Some organizations are pushing for "inclusionary zoning," a regulation that requires developers to set aside residential units in a new development as affordable housing.
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.