Recent Examples of exclusion from the Web
The Cowboys won the Big 12 in ’11, and their exclusion from the Big 12 title game was the inciting incident that created the College Football Playoff.
The final verdict, through a diagnosis of exclusion, was non-celiac gluten or wheat sensitivity (NCWS).
The justifying condition of exclusion for the sake of the group’s ability to perform and survive as a whole classifies military service as an opportunity, at most.
In addition to building peoples' self esteem, dancing builds self confidence and social skills and reduces one's sense of isolation and exclusion.
And then Carver earned an exclusion, then a penalty shot, as Huntington Beach’s excluded player interfered with the play.
But African-Americans aren’t the only group who have been targeted for hate crimes and exclusion from participation in democracy.
TK Toymaker Hasbro pledged last year to add a gamepiece depicting the female character of Rey to its Star Wars-themed Monopoly game after an 8-year-old girl's handwritten letter about Rey's exclusion prompted backlash.
As this survey shows, public opinion has the capacity for both tolerance and exclusion.
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Origin and Etymology of exclusion
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
EXCLUSION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of exclusion
excludeplay \iks-ˈklüd\ transitive verb excluded; excluding
legal Definition of exclusion
- review of deportation and exclusion orders
exclusionaryplay \-zhə-ˌner-ē\ adjective
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