When I question whether he governed so inclusively as Speaker of the House in the 1990s, he quickly counters.
They were then issued by instalments,114 coming out at intervals between 1705 and 1707 inclusively.
Yet enough is known to assure us that only the broadest generalities are inclusively true.
He inclusively, in a great measure, abandons the right of self-defence, the first law of nature.
He inclusively, in a great measure, abandons the right of self-defence, the first law of Nature.
He had a right to Mr. Mortomley's letters, and inclusively Mrs. Mortomley's.
From Titus Livius to de Thou, inclusively, all historians have been infected with prodigies.
It was her business that evening to be universally and inclusively polite.
When he was angry he was inclusively and miscellaneously angry; and the sun, moon, and stars did not escape.
It thus comprehends from the Keuper inclusively, up to the Wealdean formations.