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  • n. Plural form of exclusion.

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Examples

  • The main exclusions on a Mexican auto policy historically have been Vandalism and Partial Theft, but now this coverage can be added back under special endorsements which can be purchased at mexpro. com.

    Purchasing insurance for Mexico

  • Second, two potentially applicable exclusions from the phrase “illegal use of drugs” — the use of drugs authorized by state law and the use of drugs taken under the supervision of a licensed health care professional — do not apply here.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » May Oregon Law Ban Employers’ Firing Employees Because the Employees Use Medical Marijuana?

  • Last year English secondary schools issued nearly 308,000 fixed-term exclusions – equivalent to more than 800,000 days of missed education.

    Pupil suspensions waste money and don't work – Barnardo's

  • One pupil told researchers he had been given so many fixed-term exclusions he could not remember what they were all for.

    Pupil suspensions waste money and don't work – Barnardo's

  • Walzer has so effectively shown, certain exclusions are at the center of toleration.

    Romantic Fear

  • Stuart Buck raises some questions about puzzling inclusions and exclusions from the Legal Affairs Top 20 list voting.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » STUART BUCK ON TOP 20 THINKERS:

  • The figures, which were based on matching Ministry of Justice MoJ records with those from the national pupil database held by the Department for Education, showed 36% of young people - some 139 10-17-year-olds - appearing before the courts over the violence and looting had received one or more fixed-term exclusions in 2009/10, compared with just 5.6% of all pupils aged 15.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Too many schools are in the bottom quarter for performance and fixed-term exclusions are increasing.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • The figures, which were based on matching Ministry of Justice records with those from the national pupil database held by the Department for Education, showed 36% of young people - some 139 10-17-year-olds - appearing before the courts over the violence and looting had received one or more fixed-term exclusions in 2009/10, compared with just 5.6% of all pupils aged 15.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Around 3,500 pupils in England were given fixed-term exclusions from school for sexual misconduct in the academic year 2006 / 07 - including 260 in primary schools, statistics from the Department for Children, Schools and Families have shown.

    Daily Express News Feeds

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