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Synonyms for exception

take exception to something

Synonyms

  • object to
  • disagree with
  • take offence at
  • take umbrage at
  • be resentful of
  • be offended at
  • demur at
  • quibble at

Synonyms for exception

Synonyms for exception

a deliberate act of omission

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an instance that does not conform to a rule or generalization

grounds for adverse criticism

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(4) Catch block catches exceptions: exception thrown matches with the exception parameter type in a catch block and does not perform any routine but avoids abnormal exit.
5] Therefore, the Court holds that the claims fit within the noncommercial tort exception.
3) The taxpayer adopts the recurring item exception by consistently treating the item (which must be recurring in nature) as incurred in the years the all events test is met; and
Then in February, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) created a process to allow exceptions to the caps for certain conditions.
The Bush administration argued that no exceptions could be granted from the Controlled Substances Act without undercutting the government's abilities to control the spread of the hallucinogen to people outside the church and to protect the health of the UDV's congregants.
Although our analysis of the provisions is ongoing, TEI currently has no comments in respect of the employment income exception.
(10) Since Carroll, the Supreme Court has decided cases with varying circumstances that have led to an expansion and clarification of the exception. (11)
All of this enables exceptions and issues to be proactively addressed before they flow downstream and cause revenue leakage, high DSOs and customer dissatisfaction--and become costly to resolve.
One just concern of reinsurers is the sheer volume of underwriting exceptions being made by direct writers.
He surveys the growing exceptions to the "employment-at-will" doctrine.
A "health" exception to the abortion section of the Canadian Criminal Code was introduced in 1969 but twenty years' practice had proved that the gaping hole caused by the word "health" had rendered the divine principle utterly nugatory: there was abortion on demand.
But there's an exception to this rule: At the start of each century, Gregorian calendars, which are now used worldwide, ignore leap years, and February has only 28 days--there was no leap day in 1700, 1800, or 1900.
The first exception is that pronouns are capitalized when they refer to royalty--for example, His Majesty.
As with any other real-time software, component-based software needs exception detection and handling mechanisms to satisfy reliability requirements.
Exceptions are being used by lenders and from 2016 to 2018, 20 to 25 per cent of total lending value has been issued with an exception, close to the maximum permitted.