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Use "inclusions" in a sentence
"Zach, cream cheese with inclusions is certainly nothing new."
"Flaws in the diamond, such as minerals or laser lines from when the diamond is cut, are called "inclusions.""
"One of the interesting inclusions is a scientific article by Russian astrophysicist Shklovsky, who suggested that the Martian moon Phobos was artificial, because it was light-weight and had an unusual orbit."