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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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For the most part, they keep their various activities in various compartments, and they can pursue one to the temporary exclusion of the other.
This would occasion distinctions, preferences, and exclusions, which would beget discontent.
were just exclusions for in 2015-16 A spokesperson for the Department for Education said: "While exclusions can be used as a sanction for schools to deal with poor behaviour, permanent exclusion should only be used as a last resort, in response to a serious breach, or persistent breaches, of the school's behaviour policy.
were just exclusions for 2015-16 A spokesperson for the Department for Education said: "While exclusions can be used as a sanction for schools to deal with poor behaviour, permanent exclusion should only be used as a last resort, in response to a serious breach, or persistent breaches, of the school's behaviour policy.
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We work together closely on a number of behaviour initiatives, ensuring that wherever possible we find an alternative solution to permanent exclusion.
In response to an explosion of "toxic mold" claims at the turn of the century, universal exclusions for mold, fungi and bacteria related losses were introduced faster and on a wider scale than any exclusion in the history of the insurance business.
Like Fireman's in this case, Ohio argued that Rutgers' policy holders fell under the terms of an Ohio policy exclusion.
There is a unified lifetime exclusion amount for the gift and estate taxes ($5.
One of the essential elements in the equation for the computation of both the federal gift and estate tax is the reduction of the tax due by the amount of the estate or gift tax on the applicable exclusion amount (also known as the unified credit).
Since the first pollution exclusion entered the standard comprehensive general liability insurance policy in 1913, insurers and policyholders have litigated the exclusion's scope.
One of the most-discussed issues during the recent health care reform debate was the proposal to cap the tax exclusion for employer-sponsored health insurance.