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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of include.

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Examples

  • Aside from the table, the label includes information on a newly identified PML risk factor of patients taking certain immune-system suppressing medication prior to taking Tysabri, she said.

    Biogen, Elan's Tysabri Label Updated

  • According to Johanna Nichols “The Origin of the Chechen and Ingush: A Study in Alpine Linguistic and Ethnic Geography,” Anthropological Linguistics 46, no. 2 2004: 129–155, at 131, the term includes the Chechen, Ingush, Melxii, Kisti, and Arshtxoi.

    The Return

  • The term includes such conditions as perceptual handicaps, brain injury, minimal brain dysfunction, dyslexia, and developmental aphasia.

    The Unmotivated Child

  • Possibly too because so broad a term includes the severe snowfalls of the past winter that can be a paradoxical result of a generally warmer world.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • He has influenced Israel for the better more than any other American Jew -- and I say this with some sadness, as, along with Meir Kahane and Baruch Goldstein, the designation includes Golda Meir, who, in retrospect, blazed Israel's current trail of refusal to read signs of peace and refusal to respond appropriately to signs of danger.

    Bradley Burston: Bob Dylan, It Turns Out, Lives in Israel

  • If the definition includes readiness to give up certain immediate profits for a bundle of less certain, higher future profits with possible high social benefits, then perhaps it ought to qualify.

    Creative Capitalism

  • Although his title includes the word "mobile" Kevin is digging in on several fronts since he's our first official business development guru.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • (Bush's recent attempt to redefine abortion so that the term includes: birth control pills, emergency contraception, and IUDs, is a pretty good example of that.)

    Dr. Logan Levkoff: Smart People, Stupid Sex

  • The title includes an exception for any data that is exchanged with parental consent, such as during an e-commerce transaction.

    Anastasia Goodstein: You Can't Delete Danger

  • The term includes tars and pitches derived from coal.

    Asphalt

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