Recent Examples of exclusion from the Web
But sporadic violence resumed as leaders of various armed groups became disappointed with their exclusion from coveted state positions and faced weak incentives to relinquish their control over territory and resources.
This practice, despite being unconstitutional, is still prevalent in parts of India, and Dalits continue to struggle with instances of discrimination, exclusion and violence.
The Oromo group, which represents up to 40% of the population, and other smaller ones have protested, sometimes violently, their exclusion from Ethiopia’s growing prosperity, and have seen their leaders incarcerated.
American trading partners and U.S. companies are pressing for exemptions and exclusions from the tariffs, which take effect on Friday.
Qualification requirements and exclusions include: The crime must be reported to law enforcement within 72 hours.
Its exclusions left only 7,900 in line for the median check.
The president may sign the official tariff order as soon as Thursday, but details of additional exclusions may not be ready for 30 days, according to one former U.S. trade official.
And while Arizona once again has a better basketball team in March 2018, with no fear of bubbles or Tournament exclusion, ASU might have something better: A brighter future.
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Origin and Etymology of exclusion
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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legal Definition of exclusion
- review of deportation and exclusion orders
exclusionaryplay \-zhə-ˌner-ē\ adjective
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