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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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prevent from entering

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Individuals can exclude from income certain foreign housing costs paid or incurred on their behalf.
Paragraph 17(8)(a) excludes the loan amount from the operation of section 17 if CFA1 uses the proceeds to earn active business income or to make a loan to another CFA that satisfies the conditions of subsection 95(2).
In the first case, the court ruled that judges could exclude the testimony even of experts with good credentials and espousing good science if it might confuse a jury by being insufficiently relevant to what caused the injury at issue in a case.
"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.
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.
Put simply, if a given position is the one justified by "reason" then it is rational to simply exclude all alternatives as "irrational." It is therefore not surprising that while some of those consulted by CIHR expressed concerns based on claims about the moral status of the embryo, these positions where not refuted, simply were not considered.
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. Until such uncanny powers are taken into consideration, there is little reason to puzzle over why church reform movements are so short-lived, why racism and classism so silently prominent at eleven o'clock on Sunday mornings, why doctrinal clarification so quickly becomes distorted in practice, why Christian education often seems so ineffective, and so on.
If we contraceptively render heterosexual union defective, we act against the procreative good, we exclude life.
The outcomes of this program for a Medicaid population have been to exclude the diagnosis of true epilepsy in 24 percent of patients and to better control or eliminate the episodes of epilepsy in 32 percent of cases.
From this example, the argument goes, we know with certitude the intent of Christ to make these twelve males the foundation of his church and to forever exclude women from ordination.
In addition IRS Publication 17, Your Federal Income Tax, states that clerics who own their homes can exclude the lesser of the following:
One court noted that the "overwhelming trend" in cases considering the matter was not to exclude injury caused by indoor contaminants from coverage.