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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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Although marketing approval with orphan drug exclusivity is targeted to the development of drugs for rare diseases or diseases in the U.S., it can also serve as a springboard to profit growth on a global scale.
"The exclusivity period has been designed to be compatible with the issues which need to be discussed."
The final text of the TPP agreement requires TPP-signatory countries to provide a minimum of five years of exclusivity, and in some instances eight years of exclusivity, to biopharmaceutical products.
Now an 'exclusivity' contract has been agreed for the house with hopes a deal could be completed next month.
On July 3 he announced he had granted one set of buyers 'exclusivity' in a bid to wrap up a sale by the end of the month.
Exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts prevent people from boosting their income when they have no guarantee of work.
It wasn't long after the exclusivity was announced that fans had raged through the Internet, creating memes and taking forums by storm as they discussed the unfairness of PC and PlayStation fans being denied access to what could be one of the greatest Tomb Raider titles to date.
Under the terms of the exclusivity agreement sealed with Carphone and all other Omer shareholders, Numericable will buy 100% of mobile operator Omer, in which Carphone has 46%, the UK company said in a statement.
"is deep-rooted 'eective exclusivity' can be very damaging to trust and to the employment relationship.
In parallel, Vivendi formally granted etisalat a period of exclusivity for the acquisition until September 25.
But he is likely to press ahead with plans to create a legal definition of a zero-hours contract; limit exclusivity clauses; ensure bosses make clear how much a worker can expect to earn each month; and end the "climate of fear" under which some workers dare not turn down shifts out of anxiety that they will be frozen out from future employment.