Exclusions

exclusion

[ik-skloo-zhuhn]
noun
1.
an act or instance of excluding.
2.
the state of being excluded.
3.
Physiology. a keeping apart; blocking of an entrance.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin exclūsiōn- (stem of exclūsiō), equivalent to exclūs(us) (past participle of exclūdere to shut out; see exclude) + -iōn- -ion

exclusionary, adjective
nonexclusion, noun
preexclusion, noun
self-exclusion, noun
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exclusion (ɪkˈskluːʒən)
 
n
the act or an instance of excluding or the state of being excluded
 
ex'clusionary
 
adj

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exclusion
1610s, from L. exclusionem, noun of action from excludere (see exclude). Related: Exclusionary (1817).
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exclusion ex·clu·sion (ĭk-sklōō'zhən)
n.
Surgical isolation of a part or segment without removal from the body.

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