Definitions

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  • prep. Such as, among which; introducing one or more parts of the group or topic just mentioned.
  • v. Present participle of include.

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Examples

  • Five of its sub-indexes advanced, including materials and financials, and five declined -_including energy, despite the rising price of oil.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • I asked them if they supposed a nation of people ever existed, who, with a free vote in every man's hand, would elect that a single family and its descendants should reign over it forever, whether gifted or boobies, to the exclusion of all other families -- including the voter's; and would also elect that a certain hundred families should be raised to dizzy summits of rank, and clothed on with offensive transmissible glories and privileges to the exclusion of the rest of the nation's families -- _including his own_.

    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Part 3.

  • Tainted means that the products contain, according to the FDA, harmful ingredients not listed on the label including controlled -- i.e. addictive -- drugs as well as those prescription drugs with known side effects, including death.

    Judith J. Wurtman, PhD: What Diet Scams Will the New Year Bring?

  • Ironically, the word 'Ohana in Hawaiian means this: Family in an extended sense of the term including blood-related, adoptive or intentional.

    Stacie Krajchir: What The White House Needs Is Just A Splash Of Aloha

  • Craig, who was most recently executive editor at FORTUNE, is no stranger to Money, previously holding several positions with the title including executive editor.

    Craig Matters Named Managing Editor of <i>Money</i>

  • Â I can point to much better writing and art on the title including what's happening today, but those are my favorites simply because, unlike the Phoenix Era when the book wasn't selling through the roof, by that time it was selling well but Claremont still had the stones to destroy the team.

    Your favorite X-Men Era! | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Born in Paris in 1931, Girardot studied to be a nurse before becoming one of France's most prolific actresses with more than 120 films to her name including Luchino Visconti's 1960s neorealist classic "Rocco and his Brothers" in which she played doomed prostitute Nadia.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Williams, who has 38 titles to her name including 13 Grand Slams, was sidelined just days after her Wimbledon victory last summer, first with a foot injury sustained when she stepped on a piece of glass in a restaurant in Germany, and then with blood clots in her lungs.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • And, although he has just 19 1/3 major league innings to his name including the postseason, there are no doubts about his ability to get big-league hitters out and to do so in pressure situations.

    CNN.com

  • Mary Fitzgerald from the Irish Times found documents in her name including British Council 2007 certificate saying she got an A in an English language course.

    The Guardian World News

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