- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exclude.
“This term excludes structures that might have been covered by the original claim language, because the “support body” of the old claim . . . was only required to “support said lightly doped major body portion,” not necessarily to touch it.”
“Please note: The number of 2025 delegates required to win excludes Michigan and Florida.”
“Besides which, he goes on to mention that mutations in the upper part of the pathway, which he inexplicably excludes from the part he declares as IC, are the major causes of hemophilia in humans.”
“It's debatable whether the data Charter is collecting is "personally identifiable information" under this statute, which excludes from the definition "any record of aggregate data which does not identify particular persons.”
“It also excludes from the SF fold stories whose point is to logically extrapolate from some fiddling with natural law -- I mean a novel about a box that adjusts the gravitational constant should be shelved in fantasy?”
“It also specifically excludes from the discussion courses that include Shakespeare among others, so a course devoted to English writing of the Elizabethan era, for example, does not count.”
“He was born in Kansas City, Kansas, which according to the encyclopedia's criteria is (just barely) in the region, but he moved at seven to Kansas City, Missouri, which the encyclopedia excludes from the Great Plains.”
“Why, it's the Act of Settlement of 1701 which excludes from the throne of Great Britain any Catholic or person married to a Catholic.”
“Yet this not answering again excludes not turning away wrath with a soft answer, when season and circumstances admit.”
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