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in·clu·sive

 (ĭn-klo͞o′sĭv)
adj.
1. Taking a great deal or everything within its scope; comprehensive: an inclusive survey of world economic affairs.
2. Including the specified extremes or limits as well as the area between them: the numbers one to ten, inclusive.
3. Linguistics Of, relating to, or being a first person plural pronoun that includes the addressee, such as we in the sentence If you're hungry, we could order some pizza.

in·clu′sive·ly adv.
in·clu′sive·ness n.
Translations

inclusively

advinklusive, einschließlich; from 7 to 10 inclusivelyvon 7 bis einschließlich or inklusive 10

inclusively

[ɪnˈkluːsɪvlɪ] advinclusivamente
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This approach brings public and private actors together in the area of renewable energy and ensures benefits are inclusively shared among local people, namely energy entrepreneurs, respective commune councils for solidarity and local development.
The IRI aspires to be the first, integrated reporting standard for CSR based on Islamic principles, and will enable organizations to inclusively assess, report, verify and certify their CSR programs through a culturally-relevant and impact-oriented approach.
And this is certainly something he pledged when he came into power to govern more inclusively, so we certainly believe that he's doing so through these measures that were adopted, and expect he'll continue to do so," Toner affirmed.
As a result, I developed the product Detectagas which is the only way to easily, quickly and safely sensor inclusively test that a CO alarm is fully working and, as the new regulations state, in 'proper working order.
During the troop surge of 2007, which included roughly 30,000 troops, American commanders argued that empowering Sunni tribesmen, and beating back insurgent groups, would give politicians in Baghdad breathing room to govern more inclusively.
That is how referendums should be conducted - as inclusively and democratically as possible.
This feeling of inclusively is reflected in Subculture which seeks to celebrate our diverse musical influences - from Soca and Calypso, to Reggae, to electronica - and reflect the concerns and tastes of the subcultures that readily embrace them.
The 15-member body urged the two warring parties to "engage fully and inclusively in ongoing peace talks in Addis Ababa, uphold their commitment to establish a Transitional Government of National Unity, and allow and facilitate, in accordance with relevant provisions of international law and United Nations guiding principles of humanitarian assistance, the full, safe and unhindered access of relief personnel, equipment and supplies to all those in need and timely delivery of humanitarian assistance".
Our activities spread widely and inclusively, and the same approach was adopted irrespective of which party controlled the city council.
In considering professional development to support teachers working to teach inclusively, two points of tension tend to arise: 1) understandings of inclusivity are varied and often confounded with service delivery models or placement decisions, and 2) teachers working in the current educational climate often do not feel empowered to enact non-sanctioned or divergent practices or curricular moves.
In his address to the UN General Assembly on Saturday, Salva Kiir urged the international community to pressure rebels led by political rival Riek Machar to sign what he called "a crucially important document" that forms the basis for resolving the crisis peacefully and inclusively.
On the other hand, it is important to remember that the president is a person who will embrace all 77 million of the public inclusively because rather than being a mere political office, it is a station that should embrace people of all faiths and opinions equally, and protect everyone's rights and status.