INCLUSive


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INCLUSiveIntegrated Clustering, Upstream Sequence Retrieval (software suite)
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The conversation became inclusive, and presently other footsteps were heard crossing the room below.
In fact, from the origin of things down to the fifteenth century of the Christian era, inclusive, architecture is the great book of humanity, the principal expression of man in his different stages of development, either as a force or as an intelligence.
Garth delivered this awful sentence with much majesty of enunciation, and Letty felt that between repressed volubility and general disesteem, that of the Romans inclusive, life was already a painful affair.
The clothes of this gentleman were much bespeckled with flue; and his shoes, stockings, and nether garments, from his heels to the waist buttons of his coat inclusive, were profusely embroidered with splashes of mud, caught a fortnight previously--before the setting-in of the fine weather.
Social policy, political science, economics, and other researchers from Europe, North America, Australia, and Korea present 14 essays that explore how global social policy is being reframed by policy actors and institutions shaping global social governance for the remaking of economy and society after neoliberalism, a policy shift from the welfare state towards the social investment welfare state that incorporates thinking about inclusive or shared prosperity.
A City for Everyone" initiative, which seeks to make Dubai a friendlier city for people of determination and is aligned with the inclusive employment pillar of Dubai Disability strategy 2020
Education of children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in inclusive settings is an emerging venture involving several challenges.
Therefore, there is need to employ supportive personnel's to work in inclusive and non inclusive setting for the benefit and overall development of special needs children.
The participants at the conference organized by The Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism which together represent almost US$40t in assets under management were invited to share their perspectives around long-term value creation by answering a set of six live questions.
Asian Development Bank's report on improving the economic situation of women examines the potential of inclusive business for empowering women.
The Manila-based multilateral lender defines inclusive businesses as those that provide innovative solutions to create relevant goods and services for the low-income segment of society and are the direct contribution of the private sector to make growth more inclusive.
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