inclusive terms

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inclusive terms

npl (Brit) → (prezzo m) tutto compreso inv
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With Ballez, Pyle is reinventing the classical canon on more inclusive terms. Her work stems from a deep love of ballet and, at the same time, a frustration with its limits on acceptable body types and on the stories it traditionally tells.
* Before 1984, AANN, WFNN, and JNN were affiliated with neurosurgical nursing, after which, the more inclusive terms neuroscience nurses and neuroscience nursing were adopted to more accurately reflect the mission and vision of each entity.
"Reading this compelling book, it's hard to imagine that we'll continue to define Grant by [the] scandals rather than all he accomplished in winning the war and doing his best to make peace, on inclusive terms that would be fair to all." MIKE FISCHER
* Do use inclusive terms like LGBT when referring to the community rather than gay rights.
Contrast the relative neutrality in English, which makes male/female distinctions all the time, and which has given rise to more conscious efforts for gender inclusive terms like businessperson, chairperson, food server (instead of waiters and waitresses), fisherfolk.
Also, if we start with the use of the term 'people' rather than 'tribe', it becomes possible to think in more inclusive terms because we are, in the end, all people.
PUSHING the limits of national discourse, Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi on Sunday unveiled his neo- secular agenda, redefining secularism in decidedly inclusive terms and saying that for him the term means " India First."
But there is a distinct difference in busyness and productivity; these are not mutually inclusive terms. Busy # Productive; and conversely, Productive # Busy.
The prophet Ezekiel envisions the transformation in inclusive terms of the healing of creation which includes the sea and the land, symbolizing God's creation.
He notes that Pope John Paul II, in his 1994 apostolic letter Ordinatio Sacerdotal-is ("On Reserving Priestly Ordination to Men Alone"), "never referred explicitly to the diaconate, nor used more inclusive terms such as clergy."
The Advanced Searching screen in Google Scholar is an attempt to improve search options by specifying author searching, searching terms separately, using inclusive terms in phrases, and using a variety of other checks.