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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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In a slight fall from the previous year, 20,031 pupils were temporarily excluded from school in 2006-07 - the latest figures available - while 291 were permanently excluded, a third less than the previous year.
Jaffer notes that Section 411 of the USA Patriot Act allows the government to bar from this country those "who endorse or espouse terrorist activity." Jaffer cites a State Department manual that interprets this to mean that people can be excluded for "irresponsible expressions of opinion."
In all three opinions, Judge Senter stated the flood exclusions were "valid and enforceable policy provisions" and noted that "similar policy terms have been enforced with respect to damage caused by high water associated with hurricanes in many reported decisions." As he explained in Buente II, such provisions were "drawn quite broadly" with "the clear purpose of excluding damage caused by inundation." The hurricane "moved tidal waters on shore," and the flood exclusions were applicable precisely because the damage was caused by that--"tidal water." Plaintiffs' argument that "storm surge" is covered because the term is not enumerated as an excluded peril was specifically rejected.
The writer tells the people they are to imagine themselves in the place of those who are excluded. "Remember those who are in prison ...
Embezzlement, confidence games, forgery, worthless checks, etc., are excluded.
A statement of the products or parts covered by the limited warranty and the clear and conspicuous identification of any parts or portions of the home or premises that are excepted or excluded from warranty coverage and the standards that will be used to determine whether a defect has occurred must be included as well.
The subsequent book, God and the Excluded, is a stronger presentation, solid and with some interesting new lines of development.
Rich cites several organizations that lesbians have helped in the past, and not a single example she listed excluded lesbians as part of its mission as the 100s excludes nonlesbians.
But, says a survey by the Audit Commiss-ion, only 66 per cent of Local Education Authorities in Eng-land and Wales knew where children were six months after they were excluded.The government has pledged that by 2002, LEAs must provide permanent full-time education for all excluded pupils within 15 days.
Some dates may be excluded (see individual hotel for details).
The cost-benefit outcome of this service is directly measurable and effective for cases in which diagnoses and treatment of seizures are excluded. Quality of life improvements are the more important outcome variables in the surgery cases.