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    Vocabulary: inclusion and exclusion

    Inclusion (in a class, a group, the "pack", Society ) is fundamental for all the animals on Earth, including Human Beings. The slightest difference or originality, especially if it is too obvious, isolates, separates or excludes an individual from the rest of the group, thus creating victims of segregation and rejection; this is especially true in our present world... 





                 Inclusion   To integrate   To contain... and to include


     To include sb/ stg in                 
     Inclusive  All-inclusive 

     Including him

     = him included

      To integrate sb in
     Integration/ to integrate
       To constitute/ constitution       
     To comprise

     To consist of stg

     To be composed of sth

     To be part of
       To contain/ to hold
     The content (of a text)               
      The contents
     Total  Complete
     The whole  The totality



           The table of contents             The whole world...

    - Service isn't included...

    - From Monday to Thursday inclusive.../ Monday thru Thursday...

    - not including the cost of...

    - not counting those who...





             Isolation   removing ear hair...

     To exclude from  
     To except sb/ sth from                   

     excepting him

     him excepted

     ... except that...  to omit
     An omission   to remove stg from                        
     To take stg out   to reject stg/ sb
     To isolate  isolation

     To separate sb from

     To segregate sb from

      to segregate against sb  

      Do not mistake isolation (on a desert island) and insulation (the act of covering something to stop heatsound, or electricity from escaping or entering, or the fact that something is covered in this way.)





    - to make an exception for

    - with the exception of

    - without exception

    - all but him/ all but this one


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