(n.) = addition ; entry ; inclusion ; incorporation ; injection ; inclusiveness ; inclusivity ; subsumption. Ex: A scheme should allow expansion, to permit the additions of new subjects or more specific subdivision of existing subjects. Ex: The entry, change, and extraction of word and phrases from abstracts is described in detail in Chapter 9. Ex: The inclusion of related subjects can help even the user with a specific search, particularly where the user is not adequately familiar with the subject that is sought. Ex: The incorporation of such features into a system would permit us to create a machine-based catalog rather than a reference file of bibliographic records. Ex: The injection of foreign ownership into the debate over the privatisation of federal agencies has deflected attention from critical domestic concerns of economic efficiency and operational optimisation. Ex: The aim of a true bibliography is inclusiveness rather than selectivity. Ex: Academic libraries need shed these lingering vestiges of eurocentricism and move forward towards meaningful cultural inclusivity. Ex: It may therefore be questioned whether the subsumption of the public library into a recreational-leisure service is an appropriate avenue of advancement for the library -- or for librarians. ---- * cláusula de inclusión voluntaria = opt-in clause. * inclusión de ficheros = file attachment. * inclusión en el mundo de las redes = e-inclusion. * inclusión en el mundo electrónico = e-inclusion. * inclusión en la lista de morosos = blacklisting. * inclusión social = social inclusion. * relación de inclusión = part-whole relation.