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exclusion

noun apartheid, avoidance, ban, bar, blackball, boycott, debarment, denial, denial of entry, disbarment, discard, dislodgment, dismissal, displacement, ejection, exclusio, exemption, exile, expatriation, expulsion, immunity, intolerance, monopoly, nonacceptance, nonadmission, noninclusion, omission, ostracism, preclusion, privilege, prohibition, purge, refusal, rejection, removal, repudiation, riddance, seclusion, segregation, separation, voidance
Associated concepts: Escobedo rule, exception, exclusion from a will, exclusion of a juror, exclusionary clause, excluuionary rule, Miranda rule, systematic exclusion
Foreign phrases: Inclusio unius est exclusio alterius.The inclusion of one is the exclusion of another. Expressio unius est exclusio alterius. The expression of one thing is the exclusion of another.
See also: bar, blockade, boycott, control, deportation, disapprobation, discharge, dismissal, dispensation, disqualification, disregard, exception, expulsion, limitation, obstruction, omission, ostracism, ouster, preemption, prohibition, proscription, refusal, rejection, removal, renunciation, repudiation, restriction

exclusion

in terms of Education legislation, schools may exclude children for disciplinary reasons, either for a fixed period or permanently. The courts will intervene where, in implementing the powers under the legislation, the school does not act fairly, such as by failing to make known to the student what is being alleged against him.
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but rather than challenging the content of the dimensions she suggests a range of new dimensions and attempts to identify indicators that could be used to measure the exclusions that she sees.
Exclusions alcohol use by 25% There were more than 346,000 instances when students were either sent home permanently or for a fixed period during 2015-2016, according to the latest government figures.
were just exclusions for 2015-16 A spokesperson for the Department for Education said: "While exclusions can be used as a sanction for schools to deal with poor behaviour, permanent exclusion should only be used as a last resort, in response to a serious breach, or persistent breaches, of the school's behaviour policy.
exclusions since 2 P bei persistent disruptive behaviour, which includes disobedience and continual violation of school rules, has seen the biggest jump in exclusions, with numbers up by in three years.
Statistics for 2015/16 released by the Department for Education showed four permanent exclusions of primary pupils in Calderdale and eight in Kirklees, with 317 and 545 fixed term exclusions respectively.
There was an equivalent of 2,189 fixed-term exclusions for physical assaults against other pupils and a further 2,610 exclusions for verbal abuse or threatening behaviour against an adult.
These expansive exclusions for a very common cause of loss were slammed into virtually all property and liability insurance policies without instruction manuals on what was being excluded.
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Since the first pollution exclusion entered the standard comprehensive general liability insurance policy in 1913, insurers and policyholders have litigated the exclusion's scope.
Exclusions in an insurance policy define the coverage promised in the insuring agreement.
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CHARLTON - Voter confusion over Question One on the May 3 ballot prompted selectmen Tuesday to clarify the $340,000 capital outlay expenditure exclusion.