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  • This seems likely. 20 years later Emperor Leopold I apparently granted Armen­ian merchants the ex­clusive right to serve coffee, but the evidence is scanty.

    Vienna: Coffee, Art, Pastries

  • All that is central to the Hindu Right — religious syndicalism for political purposes, ex-clusive Hinduness, rejection of non-Hindus — was absent from the freedom-movement-era religious nationalism of Bengal and elsewhere.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Turner, E. (2006), “Teaching Gender-I.clusive Computer Ethics,” in I. Trauth (ed.), Encyclopedia of Gender and I.formation Technology: Exploring the Contributions, Challenges,

    Computer and Information Ethics

  • Even after enhancement they remained maddeningly incon-clusive.

    The Black Hole

  • Galileo's pioneering experiment to measure its speed was incon - clusive, and the first evidence that its speed was finite came in 1676, when Roemer, to account for annual variations observed in the rhythm of the eclipses of the innermost moon of Jupiter, proposed that light is propagated “gradually.”

    RELATIVITY

  • Other artists were not quite so uncompromisingly ex - clusive.

    NEO-CLASSICISM IN ART

  • The Havana medical men, abruptly won over by Reed's con - clusive results, hurried to do belated honor to their own neglected prophet, Dr. Finlay.

    Manuscript Draft: Walter Reed: Doctor in Uniform, by Laura Wood, [19 -- ]

  • 'Why, look'e, young gentleman,' said Toby, 'when a man keeps himself so very ex-clusive as I have done, and by that means has a snug house over his head with nobody a prying and smelling about it, it's rather a startling thing to have the honour of a wisit from a young gentleman

    Oliver Twist

  • "Why look'e, young gentleman," said Toby, "when a man keeps himself so very ex-clusive as I have done, and by that means has a snug house over his head with nobody a prying and smelling about it, it's rather a startling thing to have the honour of a wisit from a young gentleman (however respectable and pleasant a person he may be to play cards with at conweniency) circumstanced as you are."

    Oliver Twist

  • [(Emma alone, or pay) 29.1 (her in company) 29.1 (the inordinate and ex) -10.9 (clusive attentions, never)] TJ

    Drelincourt and Rodalvi; or, Memoirs of Two Nobel Families

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  • Clusive means shut up, compassed (Oxford English Dictionary).

    August 23, 2011