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    1. spend this time learning the truth about God’s healing, which excludes


    2. It totally excludes hate and other negative sentiments and intentions


    3. It not only excludes as much as possible all other countries from one particular market, but it confines as much as possible the colonies to one particular market; and the difference is very great between being excluded from one particular market when all others are open, and being confined to one particular market when all others are shut up


    4. The price inelasticity of tobacco products, however, excludes the likelihood that prohibitatory pricing measures will either condition or limit consumption; which is what most of our politicians are relying on! Were our political leaders genuinely committed to eliminating this (proven) toxin from the marketplace, cigarettes and other tobacco products, like other potentially harmful drugs, would have been de-legalized years ago


    5. A more disturbing criticism is who PEPFAR largely excludes because of its focus on abstinence


    6. The human society excludes the people instead of including all its human beings in the social breast to live with dignity and comfort


    7. The human society excludes the people instead of including all its human beings in the social breast to live with dignity and comfort


    8. The NYT excludes mention of race in instances where the exclusion promotes their private political agenda


    9. Wisdom embraces both the fact and the ideal and therefore saves its devotees from both of those barren extremes of philosophy -- the man whose idealism excludes facts and the materialist who is devoid of spiritual outlook


    10. periences in North America alone! Thirty million! And that of course excludes


























































    1. There was a party that night, as he remembered, and no reasonable way they could be excluded


    2. He called a meeting of the camp and excluded the riders


    3. Sarah and Mandy weren't in any way excluded from having plenty of face time with the cherub themselves


    4. The wool of Scotland fell very considerably in its price in consequence of the union with England, by which it was excluded from the great market of Europe, and confined to the narrow one of Great Britain


    5. strictly that ‘we’ excluded Tanker, but I was proved wrong and


    6. have to be excluded presently


    7. The Elf and Denalin were overtly excluded


    8. Such drawbacks cannot force into this trade a greater share of the capital of the country than what would have gone to it of its own accord, had there been no duties upon importation; they only prevent its being excluded altogether by those duties


    9. Though Britain were entirely excluded from the Portugal trade, it could find very little difficulty in procuring all the annual supplies of gold which it wants, either for the purposes of plate, or of coin, or of foreign trade


    10. It not only excludes as much as possible all other countries from one particular market, but it confines as much as possible the colonies to one particular market; and the difference is very great between being excluded from one particular market when all others are open, and being confined to one particular market when all others are shut up


















































































    1. As in the one case they exclude many people from his employment, so in the other they exclude him from many employments


    2. It was upon this silly notion, however, that England could not subsist without the Portugal trade, that, towards the end of the late war, France and Spain, without pretending either offence or provocation, required the king of Portugal to exclude all British ships from his ports, and, for the security of this exclusion, to receive into them French or Spanish garrisons


    3. You should exclude all other ideas


    4. Other countries, however, notwithstanding all the invidious restraints by which it is meant to exclude them, frequently enjoy a greater share of the real benefit of it


    5. It is to sell the one as dear, and to buy the other as cheap as possible, and consequently to exclude, as much as possible, all rivals from the particular market where they keep their shop


    6. There is also no supernatural evidence that can be found within the Evolution Theory and the promoters of the Theory want people to exclude any ideas of the supernatural


    7. But she put it down to his friendliness and good manners, not wanting to exclude her from the conversation


    8. Irrespective of the teachings of most modern American philosophers (I of course exclude Ayn Rand and Robert Nozik), they do exist


    9. Pardon me if I exclude, purposely, the denizens of the Queer Nation and their followers


    10. I purposely exclude equality


















































































    1. Tom and Louise saddled five of the horses, one for each of them, excluding O’Hara who was staying to guard the stash, and two extra for their parents


    2. This may, no doubt, give encouragement to some particular class of workmen among ourselves, and, by excluding some of their rivals, may enable them to raise their price in the home market


    3. The monopoly of the colony trade, on the contrary, by excluding the competition of other nations, and thereby raising the rate of profit, both in the new market and in the new employment, draws produce from the old market, and capital from the old employment


    4. A four hundred and eighty pound hit excluding the one hundred and


    5. " If these works are accurate, Clinton"s administration was, excluding the present administration, far and away the most corrupt in American history


    6. Therefore if it is in fact true that five out of six American voters think that incumbents should be evicted, excluding their own incumbent, the exercise becomes meaningless


    7. He had discovered somewhat to his surprise that the cruelest thing that could happen to a human – excluding torture – was to deprive them of their social ties


    8. That the Brady Bill mandating a five-day cooling-off period prior to purchasing a firearm will have an negligible impact on curbing gun-related crimes should be apparent to any clear-minded individual excluding knee-jerk liberals and well-intentioned, muddled-headed individuals who sincerely believe that adding another gun law to the thousands of gun laws already on the books will, in some (uncertain) manner, act as a further deterrent to professional criminals who want to acquire a firearm


    9. Our focus was not against whites excluding the few obnoxious long haired liberals


    10. By any measure, the Confederacy and Confederates (excluding the many southerners forced to fight against their will) were simply traitors


















































































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    exclude in English

    put out eject force out eliminate banish reject dismiss bar ban ostracise ostracize rule out embargo

    Sinonimi per "exclude"

    except exclude leave off leave out omit take out bar debar boot out chuck out eject turf out turn out keep out shut shut out put out force out eliminate banish reject dismiss ban ostracise ostracize rule out embargo