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Malik Hollis, who's serving a three-year sentence, contended the judge made a mistake in allowing the exclusion of the only person of color from the jury.
And the exclusion of services, which make up 80% of the economy and in which, unlike goods, Britain has a large trade surplus, seems better for the EU than for the United Kingdom.
Our community dance helps improve dancers’ sense of well-being, builds social skills and confidence, and reduces a sense of isolation and exclusion.
Like thousands of others, his company has filed with the federal government for an exclusion from the tariffs, but has not yet heard back.
Several senators told stories about businesses in their districts suffering from the tariffs who have applied for exclusions offered by the administration to companies that cannot get steel or aluminum from other sources.
Wixen did opt out, and according to the decision, after notice was mailed to 535,380 potential class members, about 1,200 requests for exclusion came.
The state boards kept an eye out for cases that fit the criteria for exclusion from the federal system, then passed them along.
Opponents of the exclusions would have two weeks to comment on the requests.
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legal Definition of exclusion
- review of deportation and exclusion orders
exclusionaryplay \-zhə-ˌner-ē\ adjective
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