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  • adj. Not inclusive; excluding something.


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  • I feel guilty, partially because I'm not even sure if I should be on the patent (but my supervisor decided), partially because Colleague A and Colleague B are currently doing a lot of work on this and I am doing nothing, and partially because I get really weird, standoffish, noninclusive vibes from my colleagues.

    Feeling Guilty Over Sliced Mangoes

  • They may be useful and free and mostly accurate but by being on a commercial site, they are automatically biased and subjectively noninclusive.

    points for wiki

  • The military has always had a noninclusive environment.

    Muslim soldiers facing backlash?

  • Compare that to $410 per night at Half Moon Resort, a luxury, noninclusive and clothing-mandatory resort in nearby Montego Bay.

    Top Topless Beaches 2006

  • During an encounter of three or more participants, it is possible for a subset of participants to form a byplay, a noninclusive engagement that is carried on simultaneously with the first but in a way carefully calculated not to interfere with it too openly.

    Behavior in Public Places

  • But the initiative spearheaded by former Mayor Ross Kearney has been hit with accusations that it is noninclusive.

    The Shad Plank

  • Dan Grant, publisher of Toronto based, a website that chronicles news in the modelling world, says the shift takes the negative focus off noninclusive casting of recent seasons but cautioned, It's a trend and like most, it will come in waves. - Home Page

  • Feb. 11 for a five-course dinner with paired wines; $60, noninclusive. - RSS

  • How divisive and noninclusive and unwelcoming and non-affirming ... and ... and ...

    Stand Firm


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