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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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However, there it was - a barge with a little house in it, viewed from the outside; and a caravan at a fair, viewed from within: the gentlemen being accommodated, as the spectators usually are, in one of those locomotive museums of penny wonders; and the ladies being partitioned off by a red curtain, after the manner of the dwarfs and giants in the same establishments, whose private lives are passed in rather close exclusiveness.
M2 PRESSWIRE-September 3, 2019-: Performance and exclusiveness by tradition: The BMW M4 Edition ///M Heritage.
Even more serious many stalwart unionists may now begin to wonder if after all independence may be just preferable to being saddled with Brexit and this retrograde brand of English exclusiveness. Dr F L P Fouin, North Deeside Road, Milltimber, Aberdeen
The second distinction, that of the continuity of social history, was reflected most clearly in the prophetic words of Ambedkar articulated in 1949: 'Democracy in India is only a top-dressing on an Indian soil, which is essentially undemocratic.' Ambedkar was referring to the India that had existed for centuries, an India not only undemocratic but deeply hierarchical and unequal, characterised by a social exclusiveness almost unparalleled in human experience.
People believe in exclusiveness and 'lower castes' are the worst victims of this irrational thinking.
According to research on shareworthiness, online news containing conflicts, human interests, and exclusiveness is more likely to be shared on social media (Trilling et al., 2017).
It operates a 24-hour bar which parades local and exotic drinks and opens an arena for sport watch without interference to privacy and exclusiveness.
They recommend following the latest fads without so much as acknowledging the individuality of the client's requirements, the uniqueness of the market or the exclusiveness of the target audience.
There are available and customized tents that allow some degree of exclusiveness to evacuee families.
There's often a "snobby stigma" associated with the industry that gives off a sense of exclusiveness, Hebein said.
The participants were taught the value of promoting folklore and cultural narrative with the younger generation as an important counter to the negative attitudes of intolerance, exclusiveness and violence.