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  • v. Present participle of exclude.
  • prep. to the exclusion of; not including


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  • On average, the analysts expect fourth quarter funds from operations per share (FFOPS) for the REIT sector to increase 6. 1% year-over-year, but decline 28. 1% on an operating basis, which they define as excluding non-recurring items.


  • Some unhappy differences of opinion among the citizens of the village as to the intentions of Mrs. Fiske in excluding from the purposes for which the funds of her gift could be used "the salaries of officers and pay of servants thereof" has caused the building to be closed for some portion of the time, for the lack of a provision, as the trustees claim, for the employment and pay of a janitor and a librarian, and these questions are not yet settled to the satisfaction of all; but it is believed that these matters will soon be determined by the courts or otherwise.

    Living in Dryden: May 2004 Archives

  • If Israel thinks that it is justified in excluding ships from GazaIsraeli waters, it should have waited until the ships were in Israeli waters.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Pollak on Uniquely Israeli Stupidity

  • The Catholic Church, in "excluding all other Christians from her table" is simply saying that those other

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • Home-sales gross margin excluding items fell to 7% from 12.6%.

    Pulte's Loss Reaches $995.1 Million

  • McHugh on DADT: I have no interest in excluding people ‘otherwise qualified to serve.’

    Think Progress » Will Scott Brown support repealing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell?

  • So, it's not exactly good news, but between the toilet tax and priority boarding fees, Reuters thinks that airlines may have run out of "perks" worth excluding from a ticket's base price.

    The Consumerist: March 2009 Archives

  • The Catholic Church, in "excluding all other Christians from her table" is simply saying that those other Christians are not full and visible members of herself.

    Holy Communion and Non-Catholics

  • And I guarantee that if you actually do your homework, and read the studies, checking carefully to determine how they define success, what cases they are excluding from the final results and why, and look at the long term picture, you will find that the surgery is a disaster for a very large portion of the people who do it.

    Freakonomics in the Times Magazine: The Stomach-Surgery Conundrum - Freakonomics Blog -

  • Germane questions, given your interest in excluding all but those like yourself, in race, idealology and style of speaking, among other traits.

    Waldo Jaquith - “Goode makes complete ass of self.”


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