Recent Examples of inclusion from the Web
Advertisement With the inclusion of a nefarious company like IGH, Jessica Jones challenges the conventional conception of superpowers as a positive thing.
On the eve of the release of her Disney directorial debut, Ava DuVernay sat down with The New York Times for their TimesTalks series in New York City to talk about A Wrinkle In Time, inclusion riders and President Trump.
In her Oscar acceptance speech earlier this week, Frances McDormand championed the idea of an inclusion rider, wherein stars can use their leverage to ensure producers hire a larger number of actors otherwise marginalized in Hollywood.
Finally, Frances McDormand's rousing cry for gender equality brought the women of the room to their feet as McDormand implored Hollywood to tell women's stories and demand the use of inclusion riders in their contracts.
McDormand is imploring big stars to demand inclusion riders in deals.
Its first such victory would almost certainly result in inclusion in the NCAA’s 68-team field.
According to King, aloe's inclusion on the Prop 65 list could have a major impact on the way the ingredient is used in cosmetics — even if the way aloe is listed is misleading.
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Origin and Etymology of inclusion
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of inclusion for Students
- She suggested inclusion of an entry.
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