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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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More than 28% of permanent exclusions were for assault or violence directed towards staff or fellow pupils; 17% were excluded for defiance of rules, and 15%for disruptive behaviour.
A second avenue is through a reinterpretation of Jesus' words on the two greatest commandments (ibid., 99f; God and the Excluded, 191f).
The city council is also looking to extend a re-integration programme for excluded pupils and a new package to support 15 and 16-year-olds who have been excluded during GCSE studies.
Excluded dates: St Patrick's Day, Easter, bank holidays (subject to availability these dates can be booked for an additional supplement of pounds 20 per person).
The first $65 a month plus one-half of the rest are excluded.
Likewise, in spite of the claims made above, it seems incredible to argue that being systematically excluded from the pinnacles of authority and power in the church's sacramental, educational, administrative, financial, and juridical hierarchies is neither a disenfranchisement nor a limit to women's potential in the church.
ED PA 2003) (the debtor's IRA was not excluded because it was not a "trust" within the meaning of Section 541(c)(2)); and Pineo, 240 BR 854 (Bankr.
The court held that the claim was partially covered and partially excluded because it found that covered and non-covered allegations were "intertwined." The court explained the problem of covered claims by noting that the cases against Kozlowski involved overstating assets, failing to reveal illegal profits, and concealing facts regarding accounting practices.
First, classification as an employee allows the value of various fringe benefits available to employees--such as employer-paid health insurance premiums, life insurance premiums and contributions to retirement plans--to be excluded from income.
Any gain on the sale of shares that are excluded property to a "specified purchaser" will be suspended until such time as the shares are disposed of by the specified purchaser or the purchaser ceases to meet the definition of specified purchaser.
Judges have sent their clerks to look up "pollution" in the dictionary, and concluded that the everyday meaning of the word would not necessarily put a reasonable insured on notice that the policy excluded liability for injury to, for instance, a tenant's child who ingested lead paint chips.
(3) If a joint return is filed for the sale year, up to $500,000 of the gain may be excluded, if (1) at least one of the spouses owned the property for two of the five years prior to its sale, (2) both spouses used it as their principal residence for two of the five years prior to its sale and (3) neither spouse excluded gain under Sec.
In 1986, the California legislature enacted a "water's-edge" election, under which certain foreign operations of a taxpayer's worldwide unitary business were excluded from the tax base.