Definitions for "Included"
a. (L. in, in; claudere, to shut, close) not projecting beyond an enclosing part.
Not protruding as stamens not projecting beyond a corolla; as opposed to exserted.
Not projecting beyond surrounding parts.
Keywords:  inclosed, confined
Inclosed; confined.
Clarity grade, refering to eye visible imperfections, existing in I1,I2,I3
Possessing inclusions, mainly internal features which impair the brilliance or clarity of a diamond.
Keywords:  supplemental, markup, rom, text, xml
From Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.1 ( 2004-02-04) An entity is included when its replacement text is retrieved and processed, in place of the reference itself, as though it were part of the document at the location the reference was recognized.
a CD-ROM which features all of the source codes referred to in the text, as well as supplemental C programs on data structure problems