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  • One approach, established by the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, is called 'Inclusive Design'.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • "Inclusive" -- it's a good way to describe this whole couch surfing experience so far.

    Danna Harman: Couch Surfing and Me

  • A contemporary school of thought, called Inclusive Legal Positivism, endorses the Social Thesis, namely, that the basic conditions of legal validity derive from social facts, such as social rules or conventions which happen to prevail in a given community.

    The Nature of Law

  • Although UW System leaders have no immediate plans for another 10-year diversity initiative, they recently unveiled a strategic framework, called Inclusive Excellence, to guide state institutions in moving forward on equity, diversity and inclusion issues.

    Madison.com - top

  • 'Inclusive' education-when special-needs students share classrooms with other students-benefits all kids

    Nextbook Press

  • How long is the 'Inclusive' government going to last?

    MND: Your Daily Dose of Counter-Theory

  • I don't know about the other categories, but I should win "Inclusive" hands down, since the other entries are very God-y.

    Incertus

  • Aubertine Okay With 'Inclusive' Moves | The New York Observer

    Aubertine Okay With 'Inclusive' Moves

  • "City Digitally Adds Black Guy to Fun Guide Cover to Make It More 'Inclusive'" -- headline,

    'Them Jews'

  • Twitter #hannity For A More "Inclusive" Discussion

    Radio Treason? Right Wing Talkers Skirted Disclosure Law

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