inclusive of


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inclusive of

prep.
Taking into consideration or account; including.
Translations
beleszámítva
References in classic literature ?
For fear of wild animals--that hath been longest fostered in man, inclusive of the animal which he concealeth and feareth in himself:--Zarathustra calleth it 'the beast inside.
Now, inclusive of the occasional wide intervals between the revolving outer circles, and inclusive of the spaces between the various pods in any one of those circles, the entire area at this juncture, embraced by the whole multitude, must have contained at least two or three square miles.
Still haunted with the idea that not one of the past incidents, inclusive of Judge Pyncheon's visit, could be real, the recluse of the Seven Gables murmured in her brother's ear,--
I make Beauty, therefore--using the word as inclusive of the sublime -- I make Beauty the province of the poem, simply because it is an obvious rule of Art that effects should be made to spring as directly as possible from their causes: -- no one as yet having been weak enough to deny that the peculiar elevation in question is at least most readily attainable in the poem.
Externally, it was a narrow lopsided wooden jumble of corpulent windows heaped one upon another as you might heap as many toppling oranges, with a crazy wooden verandah impending over the water; indeed the whole house, inclusive of the complaining flag-staff on the roof, impended over the water, but seemed to have got into the condition of a faint-hearted diver who has paused so long on the brink that he will never go in at all.
You maybe sure the Carrier was in a state of perfect rapture; and you may be sure Dot was likewise; and you may be sure they all were, inclusive of Miss Slowboy, who wept copiously for joy, and wishing to include her young charge in the general interchange of congratulations, handed round the Baby to everybody in succession, as if it were something to drink.
Bold and co-operative responses are urgently needed from those with the power to make capitalism and free markets inclusive of society as a whole.
The bible uses the word "man" or "men" as inclusive of women in the first chapter of Genesis ("And God created man to his own image; to the image of God he created him.
This psalm is not intended to be gender specific, as though its words referred only to males; by its very nature, the blessing is inclusive of females.
The average salary for chief executive officers in Illinois is $189,498; inclusive of non-salary compensation the average is $238,384
inclusive of first filling of SF6 Gas and all other accessories as per Technical specification.
Inclusive" language arose in the 1970s from feminist demands that masculine words no longer be allowed to mean everyone; that is, be inclusive of women.