inclusion

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Any material that is trapped inside a mineral during its formation, as a defect in a precious stone
Any thing foreign that is included in a material
The act of including, i.e. adding or annexing, (something) to a group, set, or total

The inclusion of the poem added value to the course.

An addition or annex to a group, set, or total

The poem was a new inclusion in the textbook.

Varying degrees of inclusion are practiced in schools Full inclusion is the practice of educating all children in regular classrooms and schools regardless of disabilities
{i} act of including, state of being included, incorporation; (Medicine) process by which a heterogeneous structure is accidentally placed in another tissue
To the maximum extent appropriate, a pupil with an educational disability is educated with children who are not educationally disabled
A foreign substance, either liquid or solid, usually of minute size, inclosed in the mass of a mineral
A policy that all children with disabilities will be served in the school or child care of parents' choosing in settings with non-disabled peers
the successful education of all students (whether with or without disabilities, disadvantages, etc ) together in the same schools and classrooms, while celebrating the resulting diversity, including various abilities and cultures
Inclusion is the act of making a person or thing part of a group or collection. a confident performance which justified his inclusion in the team
An inclusion is a particle of foreign matter contained within a mineral Inclusions can be solid, liquid, or gaseous Many inclusions decrease the value of a stone, but some, like rutile forming asterisms in star sapphires and needles in rutilated quartz and tourmalinated quartz, are prized INDICOLITE Indicolite is a green to blue-green variety of tourmaline
A physical and mechanical discontinuity occurring within a material or part, usually consisting of solid, encapsulated foreign material Inclusions are often capable of transmitting some structural stresses and energy fields, but in a noticeably different manner from the parent material
The active engagement of people with disabilities in all levels of society The presence of people with disabilities does not constitute inclusion unless people with disabilities are valued contributing members with a sense of belonging
the relation of comprising something; "he admired the inclusion of so many ideas in such a short work"
In general, inclusion refers to a set of practices and beliefs that all children should be educated, regardless of disability, in their neighborhood school, and in age appropriate general education settings with appropriate supports and services
A foreign solid which is enclosed in the mass of an otherwise homogeneous mineral or material
An inclusion is used in a DTD to indicate that, within the element on which the inclusion occurs, the included elements are valid anywhere within the content of the element For example, in DocBook, Chapter includes IndexTerm This means that IndexTerms can occur anywhere inside chapters, even inside elements that do not have IndexTerms in their proper content models See Section 1 4 2 1
Building a more inclusive world for those with disabilities by helping to raise awareness of inclusion, recognizing exemplary inclusive efforts, providing technical assistance and linking individuals with/without disabilities
Some object, like a particle or crystal, that is embedded within another object An analogy would be that of a chocolate chip in a chocolate chip cookie
an educational concept for a child with delays or difficulties in one or more areas, such as hearing loss, speech delay, motor, or cognitive disorders Inclusion refers to the idea that all children belong in a setting which is part of their regular, daily routine, e g school, home, day care
The act of including, or the state of being included; limitation; restriction; as, the lines of inclusion of his policy
Educating children with disabilities to the maximum extent appropriate along with children without disabilities The concept advances the belief that separate schooling, special classes, or other removal of children with disabilities from the regular educational environment should occur only when the nature or severity of the disability is such that education in regular classes with the use of supplementary aids and services can't be satisfactorily achieved
the act of including
An internal flaw in a diamond that decreases the amount of light refraction; thereby decreasing the fire and brilliance of a diamond, and lessening it's value
A policy of integrating special needs students into the mainstream classroom by providing the student with support services
Although the numbers of disabled students attending higher education has increased in recent years, in order for inclusion to be achieved universities must ensure that this numerical increase is coupled with strategic polices and practices that ensure that the student is given a equal chance to participate fully in the educational environment and is supported in order to achieve to the best of his/her ability 'Inclusive education means disabled and non-disabled children and young people learning together in ordinary pre-school provision, schools, colleges and universities, with appropriate networks of support Inclusion means enabling pupils to participate in the life and work of mainstream institutions to the best of their abilities, whatever their needs ' (From the Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) website )
the state of being included
An inclusion is used in a DTD to indicate that, within the element on which the inclusion occurs, the included elements are valid anywhere within the content of the element For example, in DocBook, Chapter includes IndexTerm This means that IndexTerms can occur anywhere inside chapters, even inside elements that do not have IndexTerms in their proper content models See Section 1 4 2 1
Placing students in regular classrooms regardless of their abilities for social concerns
Term used when special education students receive educational services in a general education classroom setting The students are "included" in the regular educational program rather than being served in individual education classes
The trace minerals, fractures, and other imperfections that contribute to the unique fingerprint of a gemstone All but the rarest gemstones contain inclusions, which are created during the gemstones' formation in the earth
this is a term used to describe programs where children with disabilities are "included" in regular programs alongside their typical same aged peers Intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) - the most common form of brain bleed in preterm infants "Intraventricular" refers to the area of the brain lining the ventricular system (click here for an article on IVH)
any small intracellular body found within another (characteristic of certain diseases); "an inclusion in the cytoplasm of the cell"
the relation of comprising something; "he admired the inclusion of so many ideas in such a short work
Practice of educating children with special needs in regular education classrooms in neighborhood schools See also mainstreaming and least restrictive environment
A nonmetallic material in a solid metallic matrix Particles of impurities (usually oxides, sulfides, silicates, etc ) that are held mechanically or are formed during the solidification or by subsequent reaction within the solid metal
inclusion body
An abnormal structure in a cell nucleus or cytoplasm having characteristic staining properties and associated especially with certain viral infections, such as rabies and smallpox
inclusion body
any small intracellular body found within another (characteristic of certain diseases); "an inclusion in the cytoplasm of the cell
inclusion body myositis
myositis characterized by weakness of limb muscles (especially the thighs and wrists and fingers); sometimes involves swallowing muscles; onset after 50 and slowly progressive; seen more often in men than in women
ınclusion
{n} the act of including, a repetition
an inclusion
containment
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Particles of foreign material in a metallic matrix The particles are usually compounds (such as oxides, sulfides, or silicates), but may be of any substance that is foreign to (and essentially insoluble in) the matrix
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Nonmetallic material which is entrapped in sound metal
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Users can define a particular element type as legal within a content model, thereby including it in the set of usable types
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Mineral grains that once existed separately but now form an aggregate
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small crystals of other minerals found within the larger crystal structure of another mineral
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non-metallic, often undesirable impurities retained in steel during solidfication
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Often referred to as "nature's fingerprints," these are internal imperfections within most diamonds They are what makes a diamond so unique, as a fingerprint does for a person These birthmarks are measured on a scale of perfection known as clarity Some common names of inclusions include cloud, crystal, pinpoint, and feather The position of inclusions can affect the clarity of a diamond and therefore the value
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Particles of foreign material in a metallic matrix The particles are usually compounds (such as oxides, sulfides or silicates), but may be of any substance that is foreign to (and essentially insoluble in) the matrix In general they are detrimental to mechanical properties but much depends on the number, their size, shape and distribution
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Particles of impurities (usually oxides, sulphides, or silicates) which separate from the liquid steel and are mechanically held during solidification In some grades of steel, inclusions are made intentionally high to aid machinability
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Usually non-metallic particles contained in metal In steel they may consist of simple or complex oxides, sulphides, silicates and sometimes nitrides of iron, manganese, silicon, aluminium and other elements In general they are detrimental to mechanical properties but much depends on the number, their size, shape and distribution
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items included with the property e g light fittings, fridge, etc
inclusions
items included with the property e g light fittings, stove, etc income statement a statement of income and expenditure for a period, usually a year
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items included with the property eg light fittings, fridge, etc
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Internal defects which consist of small particles or grains of non-metallic elements among the steel's grain structure Manganese sulfide is a common inclusion
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Depositions of organic or inorganic nature in parenchyma cells, found within the cell wall or as appositions
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> The internal imperfections of a gemstone, these are naturally-occurring features usually consisting of different materials which became trapped inside the gem during its growth They may consist of small, solid mineral particles, bubbles of gas or liquid-filled cavities of varying shapes
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Particles of foreign material (such as oxides, sulfides or silicates) in steel as cast
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Foreign material or particles in a metal matrix These are usually compounds, such as oxides, sulfides, or silicates, but may be any substance that is foreign to the matrix whether it is soluble or insoluble
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plural of inclusion
inclusion
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