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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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European Union; therefore, they have implemented data exclusivity
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.
Trade Representative Michael Froman stated: "[i]t clearly was one of the hardest issues--if not the hardest issue." 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.
David Currie, from David Currie and Co, who is handling the sale, said: "We have now signed an exclusivity deal with an operator.
He said: "I have today brought to a close the period of exclusivity announced on July 3 and suspended negotiations with the interested party involved over the sale of West Bromwich Albion Holdings Ltd.
Neil Carberry, the CBI's director for employment and skills said: "Banning exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts is a proportionate response to tackling examples of poor practice.
After the backlash of reaction went to this side of negative, Microsoft proceeded to explain a bit further what they meant with the exclusivity deal for "Rise of the Tomb Raider."
The parties will carry out the needed consultations with employee work councils during the exclusivity period, Carphone said, adding that the transaction is also subject to clearance from the French Competition Authority.
Acas said zero hours contracts with exclusivity clauses where there was no guarantee of work were likely to have a negative impact on employment relations.
Gleenboro, CA, January 24, 2013 --(PR.com)-- NetGain is pleased to announce that it has reached a shredding industry exclusivity agreement with Shred Safe for the city of Greensboro, North Carolina.
Summary: Middle East Airlines, Lebanon's flag carrier, reaffirmed plans to expand its fleet, as it hailed a Cabinet decision to extend their exclusivity deal for another 12 years.
The Championship club revealed on June 26 that they'd granted an exclusivity period to would-be investors.
Pared to its core, exclusivity as a motivator can cloak itself in either of two mantles:
Yes, if only FOX didn't have an exclusivity agreement with MLB, "NLCS" would be
Travel Business Review-September 30, 2011--Empire Resorts Extends Exclusivity Agreement with Entertainment Properties Trust and MSEG LLC(C)2011] ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk