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Taking account of when reaching a total; including.

*‘there were three of us in the family, or four counting my pet rabbit’**‘the college had 139 employees, not counting those engaged in routine clerical work’**‘Inside there were perhaps five people in total, counting the bartender.’**‘It came down to four people, five counting Chris.’**‘The MCC tourists, counting Pataudi, included six men who had or would captain their country.’**‘Actually, we have only four chairs, counting the piano bench.’**‘There were also four big detachments counting 100-150 fighters each.’**‘A triangular pyramid, or tetrahedron, has a triangular base and four faces, counting the bottom.’**‘But how many has the President lost now, counting these four and everyone who left last term?’**‘The males can weigh up to 300 pounds, and their length can reach six feet, without even counting a nearly three-foot-long tail.’**‘There was a grand total of three knights in the entire city - counting Balian.’**‘Unfortunately, at £175 the Elvis trilby added up to more than my current choices can support even counting a minutely considered VAT exemption.’**‘Counting those attending worship in the Spanish and Korean congregations, there were about 500 people worshiping God in the building on any Sunday.’**‘There are approximately 132 million individual taxpayers in the US (not counting those who pay no taxes or get a refund, just those who pay add revenue to the government).’*

**which include**, which includes, inclusive of, counting

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