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Synonyms for exclude

Synonyms for exclude

to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

Synonyms for exclude

prevent from being included or considered or accepted

lack or fail to include

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Antonyms

prevent from entering

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To completely eliminate the biases, you have to simultaneously eliminate current and past smokers, exclude baseline illness, and exclude deaths within the first ten years of follow-up," says Frank Hu, an associate professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Seminary professor Duane Priebe at Wartburg has been quoted as saying that if you draw a line that includes us and excludes others, Jesus is always on the other side.
The limited warranty must be extended to the first owner of the home and survive the passing of title but may exclude any, or all, subsequent owners.
The church has not paid enough attention, on the personal level, to the tenacious role of the unconscious, and, on the societal level, to the displacement of these psychic forces by repression and projection onto whatever humans our "in-group" excludes.
Put simply, if a given position is the one justified by "reason" then it is rational to simply exclude all alternatives as "irrational.
Because he used all three floors as his principal residence for two of the five years preceding the property's sale, Bob may exclude the remaining $18,000 gain.
121 is applied first to exclude part or all of the realized gain; the remaining gain realized may be deferred in whole or in part if the taxpayer purchases another residence within the required time period and makes a Sec.
Those defending accounting malpractice, cases may welcome the ability to use Daubert to exclude testimony offered by plaintiff's experts that is implausible and below professional standards.
EBITDA, a non-GAAP metric which excludes stock-based compensation expense and other items as defined at the end of this press release, is now expected to range between $132.
Thus, an employee may exclude from gross income employer reimbursements for qualified parking expenses, but only if he or she actually incurred them.
May an employer exclude part-time employees from participating in an Internal Revenue Code section 401(k) savings plan or from other qualified plans the employer maintains?
Comparable store sales exclude the results of the 29 Bailey Banks & Biddle stores previously announced as designated for closure that were managed by an independent liquidator during the period.
On their joint return for the year of sale, T and M should report a taxable gain of $84,000 ($334,000-$250,000), because they are entitled to exclude the sum of each spouse's dollar limit amount, determined on a separate basis, as if they had not been married (zero for T, $250,000 for M).
The use of a revocable trust allows Roberts to control the building's ultimate disposition and to exclude it from his probate estate; however, the building will be included in his taxable estate.