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Synonyms for exclusive

not divided among or shared with others

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singled out in preference

not diffused or dispersed

catering to, used by, or admitting only the wealthy or socially superior

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a news report that is reported first by one news organization

not divided or shared with others

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excluding much or all

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not divided among or brought to bear on more than one object or objective

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Added to this, to ensure unlimited peace of mind, every Mercedes-Benz Proven Exclusivity vehicle comes covered by a 12-month warranty and selected vehicles also come with 24-hour roadside assistance for extra reassurance.
The Heads of Terms and Exclusivity Agreement provide a framework for the incoming third party to secure a 70% operated interest in the Companys SOSP production sharing contract in Senegal and the A1 and A4 licences in The Gambia.
approach as one of several options, while resisting data exclusivity in
The court ultimately ruled that because Pfizer's Neurontin, a "same drug" already on the market, did not have "orphan" status, Depomed did not have to prove clinical superiority in order to gain orphan "designation" secure marketing exclusivity for Gralise.
The contentious debate over exclusivity for biologics was due in large part to the wide disparity in market protection offered by the United States as compared to other nations, in particular, Australia.
The increase in ratings stemming from enforcement of exclusivity rules allows stations to collect higher advertising revenues, which are in turn reinvested in local news and other locally focused programming, the study concluded.
Following the US FDA's decision, an additional six months of US market exclusivity will attach to the patents that are listed in FDA's Orange Book for NAMENDA and NAMENDA XR, added the company.
In certain major remittance corridors, regulators have been successful in curbing exclusivity arrangements, especially in key receiving markets, India being one; similar initiatives have been undertaken in other countries of South Asia as well.
Thanking Aridi for supporting MEA's bid to renew exclusivity, Hout said 2012 had poised serious challenges to the flag carrier.
In the early years of implementing Hatch-Waxman, the FDA awarded 180-day exclusivity only if a client successfully ended a patent early through a successful lawsuit.
DesnickType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Exclusivity
However, this can lead to some very unpleasant surprises-especially true for those exclusivity provisions that lie in wait within the contracts.
Data exclusivity, which is separate from patent protection, is the protection of clinical test data that is provided to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the approval process.
An exclusivity contract for the iPhone that etisalat was seeking has been rejected by the TRA, Gulf News has learned.
As an incentive for pharmaceutical companies to conduct clinical trials in children, the Pediatric Exclusivity Program yields variable results, ranging from a generous economic net gain to a net loss, according to a study by Dr.