Example sentences for: inclusive

How can you use “inclusive” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • An additional 141 ESTs originally failed as bacterial contaminants (by an overly inclusive filter) have since been submitted (September 2001), but are not included in this analysis.

  • The term "injury" is more inclusive and should be used, as "trauma" is a subset of injury.

  • In addition to basic Phase II allowance allocations, in each year beginning in calendar year2000 and ending in calendar year 2009, inclusive, the Administrator shall allocate up to 530,000 Phase II bonus allowances pursuant to subsections (b)(2),(c)(4), (d)(3)(A) and (B), and (h)(2) of this section and section 415.

  • First, although our state planning initiative is highly replicable for any organization trying to effect rapid change across a large and entrenched culture of individual programs or offices, such change is only possible if you are willing to be inclusive and collaborative in setting goals and processes, yet firm and resolute in their ultimate enforcement.

  • In order to provide 300,000 allowances for such reserve, in each year beginning in calendar year 2000 and until calendar year 2009, inclusive, the Administrator shall reduce each unit's basic Phase II allowance allocation on the basis of its pro rata share of 30,000 allowances.


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