American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- prep. Taking into consideration or account; including.
“India, of whom 78,800 are found in the Bombay presidency, not inclusive of 8,409 found in Baroda State.”
“He also edited the fifth volume of the "Annales Ord.S. Ben". of Mabillon, with some additions and a preface inclusive of the biographies of Mabillon and Ruinart.”
“M. Dureau de la Malle proceeds to argue that Rome, as contained within the walls of Servius Tullius, occupying an area only one fifth of that of Paris, could not have contained 300,000 inhabitants; within those of Aurelian not more than 560,000, inclusive of soldiers and strangers.”
“In 1396 the town was destroyed by Facino Cane, the visconti condottiere, then planning a "stato" of his own, inclusive of Alessandria, Novara and”
“Yes, thanks to the generous Lord Milton, I am told in a letter from your kind friend, the Rev.Mr. Mossop (dated October 27th) that you have the offer of a most comfortable cottage, which will be fitted up for your reception about January the 1st 1832, that it will have an acre of orchard and garden, inclusive of a common for two cows, with a meadow sufficient to produce fodder for the winter.””
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