I am facing a technical problem with the following idea. According to many dictionaries, the word "include", when used, must not precede a complete list.
In my case, I have a "thing" called Support Measures, which has three components: (1) Employment Assistance Services (now this has several things: a, b, c, d, e, etc.), (2) Labour Market Programs, and (3) R&I.
This sentence is wrong: Support Measures include Employment Assistance Services, LMPs, and R&I.
This is correct: Support Measures comprise Employment Assistance Services, LMPs, and R&I.
Question: Is the following sentence correct (not mentioning LMPs and R&I, and using include to mention some of the elements of the first component)?
Support Measures include a wide range of Employment Assistance Services, such as a, b, c, and d.
Will mention the two other components later in the paragraph as they are not important.