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Synonyms for except

Synonyms for except

to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

to express opposition, often by argument

Synonyms for except

take exception to

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prevent from being included or considered or accepted

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Sharif also advised for total remission to male prisoners who are 65 years of age or above and have undergone at least one-third of their substantive sentence except those involved in culpable homicide, and in terrorist acts.
In Aleppo, all roads are passable except the road of Khanaser-al-Sfira- Salamiya which is hardly passable due to the accumulation of snow, and in Idleb all roads are open except the road of Idleb-Ariha, Ariha-Mahambel-Bsonqul and Jisr al-Shoughur-Lattakia-al-Ghab due to the accumulation of snow.
One important practical implication for the use of except if as opposed to if not, then is pragmatic.
AIG Benefit Group Critical Illness All states except CT,MN,
Special remission for 45 days was granted to all other convicts except the condemned prisoners and except those convicted of murder, espionage, subversion, anti-state activities, terrorist act, rape, kidnapping/abduction, robbery, dacoity and those undergoing sentences under the Foreigners Act 1946.
Flight CX566 between Hong Kong and Osaka will be cancelled from 16 April until 31 May except on 28 and 29 April and 3 and 8 May.
Another Proof: He said: If the form does not exist except as hule and hule does not exist except by taking some sort of form, and neither can exist without the other, how did form come into existence without matter (maddah) and vice versa?
c) The licensee does not utilize in any manner the information obtained, except that nothing shall prohibit the licensee from utilizing the same information obtained from an independent source, such as through litigation discovery.
Overall employment rates improved for Aboriginal people in most of the urban areas, except in the primary labour force group aged 25 to 54 in Regina.
Smoking except in enclosed vehicles, in boats on water and in designated areas.
He was well during his trip, and reported no arthropod bites except from mosquitoes.
It is impossible to examine except at a large and sturdy table, or by lying on the floor.
Situation 2: The facts are the same as in Situation 1, except that the FSA and HRA are limited-purpose arrangements that pay or reimburse, pursuant to the written plan document, only vision and dental expenses (whether or not A satisfies the minimum annual deductible).
A person can't say they're for gay rights except when it comes to marriage or except when it comes to adopting children or except anything.