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exclusive

1. Commerce (of a contract, agreement, etc.) binding the parties to do business only with each other with respect to a class of goods or services
2. Logic (of a disjunction) true if only one rather than both of its component propositions is true
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Look for these icons throughout the issue for information about exclusive content found online.
The Commercial Listing Exchange (CLE), for the first time, enable firms to share exclusive listings electronically on a weekly basis.
Exclusive Resorts is nonequity-based; its members buy usage, as in a country club, and are refunded 80 percent of their deposit if they choose to resign.
Unless, of course, you prefer something more intimate such as the exclusive garden villas complete with private walled garden, terrace and swimming pool.
Companies that continued to pay for exclusive rights would face fines of up to $30,000 for three offenses and could have franchises revoked for further offenses.
What is unique about the plan, Liss says, is that while many of the largest cities in California have an open competition for recyclables, many of the smaller cities in the state fall back on either exclusive or non-exclusive franchise agreements.
The IRS noted out that, although the income from some exclusive provider arrangements may be includible in unrelated business taxable income (UBTI), not all arrangements meet the criteria for inclusion in UBTI under Secs.
The rewriting of the catechism by Rome from inclusive to exclusive language was surprising and unwelcome.
The addition of Abercrombie & Kent premier homes increases Exclusive Resorts' portfolio to more than 350 luxury residences in more than 60 international destinations.
An excerpt from Michael Cunningham's new collection, A Wild Swan, plus an exclusive interview
Taxpayers are concerned that the proposed corporate sponsorship regulations create an implication that exclusive provider contracts are automatically subject to UBIT because they fall outside the scope of Sec.
The city Transportation Commission voted Thursday to prohibit hotels and other businesses in Los Angeles from charging taxi companies for exclusive rights to pick up fares.