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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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3 Some scholars have pointed out that the exclusion principle may be broken in high-energy state
That is, even if we play an epistemic non-ontological game I find it difficult to deny the exclusion principle. In what follows, I will restrict my discussion to what I take to be an interesting response to the argument from exclusion, that is, the realist dual explanandum strategy.
Evidence for the applicability of the competitive exclusion principle to viruses has been reported by Clarke et al.
For the exclusion principle, Pauli was awarded the Nobel Prize for physics in 1945.
Hence, due to the Pauli exclusion principle, all of them have the same antisymmetric space-spin state.
* It provides plausible explanations for a wide range of hitherto unexplained phenomena including phenomena associated with the Pauli exclusion principle, chemical reactivity and chemical bonds.
In doing so, the investigators have confirmed the validity of the Pauli exclusion principle, part of the bedrock of quantum mechanics.
In 1931, however, Pauli, who had worked out the exclusion principle (see 1925), suggested an explanation that did not violate energy conservation.
Is it possible that, as a previously undemonstrated corollary of the Pauli exclusion principle, the same sort of "self-recognition" which bars two electrons with a common set of quantum numbers--one of which is spin--from a single atom might also restrict the phenomenon of interference fringes Coy which waves are distinguished from particles) to entities of like spin?
Their report proved that with Pauli's exclusion principle, matter is stable; without it, matter collapses into a dense state, creating a situation in which "the assembly of any two macroscopic objects would release energy comparable to that of an atomic bomb."
* In the most precise experimental test to date, researchers found no evidence for any violations of the Pauli exclusion principle (137: 287).
Ecologists recognize this as the competitive exclusion principle. Moreover, students observe that species -- whether plant, animal or restaurant -- engage in both interspecific and intraspecific competition, competing with other brand-name chains as well as with nearby franchises of their own chain.