With one exception, these are people he admitted to hacking in 2006 by his guilty plea.
Every year, the networks present their usual takes on the familiar doctor-lawyer-cop tropes, and this year is no exception.
And despite his anti-hero, anti-corporate persona, the iconic Cobain is not the exception.
The arraignment concluded as usual, with the exception of the judge inquiring about classified material.
But this was an exception, and it was not specifically about Arab art.
Here there was no food, with the exception of rabbits and gulls.
There was, however, one exception, and that was his friend Windich (native).
It forms, therefore, at present no exception to the general result.
Never had the pinto dodged his share of honest running, and this day was no exception.
With the exception of a few individuals, they are now extinct, but their myths have been successfully collected and preserved.
late 14c., from Anglo-French excepcioun, Old French excepcion, from Latin exceptionem (nominative exceptio), noun of action from past participle stem of excipere (see except).
The exception that proves the rule is from law: exceptio probat regulam in casibus non exceptis, "the exception proves the rule in cases not excepted;" exception here being "action of excepting" someone or something from the rule in question, not the person or thing that is excepted. To take exception is from excipere being used in Roman law as a modern attorney would say objection.