Definitions for "Inclusion"
The practice of including children with disabilities in settings/activities that are appropriate for their non-disabled peers.
All students are included in the mainstream of their regular neighborhood school and are educated in general education classes. ndividualized Education Program (IEP) – The annually written record of an eligible individual's special education and related services. The IEP describes the unique educational needs of the child and the manner in which their educational needs are to be met. The IEP document records the decisions reached at the IEP meeting and sets forth in writing a commitment of resources necessary to enable an eligible individual to receive needed special education and related services appropriate to the individual'' special learning needs. There is one IEP, which specifies all the special education and related services for an eligible individual.
For children with special needs or disabilities, inclusion means full participation in programs designed for typically developing children.
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.
A naturally occurring flaw, (feather, fracture, fissure, carbon spot, or cloud), within a diamond or other stone. The test for clarity looks for these flaws.
Any substance visible within a gemstone, including fragments of a gemstone itself or tiny crystals. These entrapped "prisoners" influence value, which may be more or less depending on their number and size. If not too centrally situated, it may be possible, in cutting, to remove them from a rough stone. Cuts designed to rid a stone of inclusions generally involve considerable loss of carat weight.
A foreign substance, either liquid or solid, usually of minute size, inclosed in the mass of a mineral.
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.
An element of glass or a foreign body enclosed in glass.
An inclusion result means that the paternity test has proved to a reasonable degree that a biological relationship exists among the tested parties (e.g. the alleged father is the biological father).
A DNA test result indicating that an individual is not excluded as the source of DNA evidence. In the context of a criminal case, inclusion does not necessarily mean a suspect is guilty.
A paternity test result which proves that the man under test is the father.
The medical or social reasons detailing the grounds by which a person qualifies for participation in a clinical trial. For example, some trials may exclude people with chronic liver disease or certain drug allergies.
The medical or social standards determining whether a person may or may not be allowed to enter a clinical trial. These criteria are based on such factors as age, gender, the type and stage of a disease, previous treatment history, and other medical conditions. It is important to note that inclusion and exclusion criteria are not used to reject people personally, but rather to identify appropriate participants and keep them safe.
The medical or social reasons why a person may or may not be allowed to enter a trial. For example, most trials do not allow pregnant women to join, others do not allow people taking certain drugs, and others exclude people with certain illnesses.
A small body suspended within the cytoplasm of a cell.
Usually lifeless, an accumulation of fats, proteins, crystals pigments or secretory granules within a cell cytoplasm.
any small intracellular body found within another (characteristic of certain diseases); "an inclusion in the cytoplasm of the cell"
A rock fragment incorporated into a younger igneous rock.
a small birthmark in the gem that resembles crystals or a flower or some type
One mineral occurring within another. Inclusions can also be liquid or gaseous. These are highly desirable, for example a quartz crystal with a pyrite crystal included is of far more interest than an unincluded quartz crystal.
In general usage, inclusion means to allow people into a group; i.e. excluding nobody. In relation to salvation, the " Gospel of Inclusion" means a belief that everyone -- or almost everyone -- will be saved, will attain Heaven and avoid Hell. This is a heresy according to conservative Christians, and an accurate interpretation of the Bible according to liberal Christians.
Being aware of everyone's right to be treated the same.
a philosophy of equity ensuring that everyone, regardless of ability level, economic position, age, gender, special needs, ethnic background is included.
a body of material enclosed by a different material.
Non-opal within precious opal. These can be grains of sand or other natural materials. Inclusions can greatly affect the price of opal in an upward and downward manner and sometimes not at all. If an inclusion is deemed to detract from the stone, then the value is greatly reduced. If however, an inclusion adds a new character or dimension to an opal, then it can increase the value immensely.
A non metallic slug of material which has become entangled in the metal during its manufacture. A severe problem in thin cross section metal bellows manufacture.
The assurance that the views, perspectives, and needs of all affected communities are included and involved in a meaningful manner in the community planning process.
An assurance that all affected communities are included and involved in a meaningful way in the community planning process.
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 IndexTerm s can occur anywhere inside chapters, even inside elements that do not have IndexTerm s in their proper content models. See the section called "Marked sections".
( cf. ref.),, two of the 16 possible dyadic set configurations, ¶5-2-1. Traditionally i. is called "contains" or "is contained by", ¶5-3-2.
A way of terminating a project by incorporating the project operation s and team into the organization as a separate, ongoing entity. [D00815] OTOB 271-4
In taxonomy, inclusion is the process whereby two species that were believed to be distinct are found in fact to be the same and are thus combined as one species. Which name is kept for this unified species is sometimes a cause of debate, but generally it is the earlier-named one, and the other species is said to be "included" within this one.
an intentional cultural association, such as grave-goods with a burial.
Keywords:  blocklist, bad, block, rule, range
a rule that can be added to your blocklist to block a certain bad IP or bad IP range
Keywords:  atypical, whole, map, variable, portion
An atypical portion of a map unit that is not part of the map unit's name, and may be quite different than the map unit as a whole.  Because nature is variable, inclusions are common.
An inclusion is a pre-filter that is used to limit a site's statistics to only specific items of a log file. Inclusions are typically used to restrict a site's statistics to only one subdirectory of a larger parent site.
the relation of comprising something; "he admired the inclusion of so many ideas in such a short work"
Static placement of text from a remote source in a document. An inclusion is "static" because the content of the text is placed within the document, rather than a pointer or reference.
A defect in a crystalline structure.
Carrying on daily living functions without supervision.
Transparent to opaque color or colors within transparent body of another color.
The relationship existing between two sets if one is a subset of the other.
Keywords:  voice, enabling
inclusion: is about enabling a voice for all.
The act of including, or the state of being included; limitation; restriction; as, the lines of inclusion of his policy.
Something that is included.