from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Botany Not protruding beyond a surrounding part, as stamens that do not project from a corolla.
- adj. Mathematics Formed by and between two intersecting straight lines: an included angle.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of include.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inclosed; confined.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. enclosed in the same envelope or package
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The production notes for "Arbitrage" don't acknowledge the use of the Jarecki family manse, but Dr. Jarecki says he was satisfied to have his name included in the film's credits along "with about 20 other people."
None of the 3 candidates, McCain included, is particularly gun friendly.
What informed people understand, John McCain included, is that American troops are not even close to Surge levels.
The Dr Rubberfunk mix is an example of new track and original colliding, yet working really well which is probably why the label included an instrumental dub.
Especially when the response to her name included laughter.
If the term included abortion whoever that might be accounted for the value would be higher.
Then and now, the phrase included nuclear bombs but was directed mainly at germ and poison-gas warfare.
It is probable that the "Angli" were the men of Lothian; but it must also be recollected both that the term included the Anglo-Norman nobility
Lord, or had been eye-witnesses of the Apostolic history: with Irenæus the term included likewise persons who, like
During the Middle Ages and well into modern times the term included not only the present Servia, but also Bosnia, Herzegovina,