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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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This comparative fairness of complexion, though in a great degree perfectly natural, is partly the result of an artificial process, and of an entire exclusion from the sun.
Edmund did not wonder that such should be his father's feelings, nor could he regret anything but the exclusion of the Grants.
Jackson had been instantly struck by the fact that Madame Olenska's differences with her grandmother and her other relations were not known to him, and that the old gentleman had drawn his own conclusions as to the reasons for Archer's exclusion from the family councils.
He was soon joined by the natural son of the sultan, a handsomely-built young fellow, who, according to the custom of the country, was the sole heir of the paternal goods, to the exclusion of the old man's legitimate children.
For the most part, they keep their various activities in various compartments, and they can pursue one to the temporary exclusion of the other.
He read without understanding half of it, read only to forget, if but for a moment, what he had too long been thinking of so painfully to the exclusion of all else.
Month after month for the six years in which the "Editor's Study" continued in the keeping of its first occupant, its lesson was more or less stormily delivered, to the exclusion, for the greater part, of other prophecy, but it has not been found well to keep the tempestuous manner along with the fulminant matter in this volume.
To the utter exclusion, I suppose," he remarked, "of me?
That is why their case is not more constantly before the public, for if their cry for redress was as great as their grievance it would fill the world to the exclusion of all others.
In the intervals of pandemonium, each chattered, cut up, hooted, screeched, and danced, himself sufficient unto himself, filled with his own ideas and volitions to the exclusion of all others, a veritable centre of the universe, divorced for the time being from any unanimity with the other universe-centres leaping and yelling around him.
But that was all the information concerning the ship's navigation he could steal; for Captain Doane took the observations and worked them out, to the exclusion of the mate, and Captain Doane always methodically locked up his chart and log.
In plain truth, she had simply taken her place in my mind, to the exclusion of every other person and every other subject.