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exclude

Informatics
verb To identify a file in an include-exclude listso as to prevent it from being backed up when a user or schedule issues an incremental or selective backup operation.
 
Medspeak
verb To eliminate or rule out a condition from consideration in a diagnostic evaluation or workup.

exclude

Medtalk verb To rule out (from diagnostic consideration)
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As Target illustrates, however, the same arguments can be used to exclude the testimony of accountants who offer expert opinions on damages in litigation.
In addition, in presenting the non-GAAP financial measure, Equinix excludes amortization expense related to certain intangible assets, as it represents a non-cash cost that may not recur and is not a good indicator of the Company's current or future operating performance.
On their joint return for the year of sale, T and M should report a taxable gain of $84,000 ($334,000-$250,000), because they are entitled to exclude the sum of each spouse's dollar limit amount, determined on a separate basis, as if they had not been married (zero for T, $250,000 for M).
Skipping a generation excludes the property from the probate and taxable estates of the first generation.
The company also indicated that the results for the most recent quarter exclude five days of the "Christmas/Holiday" period, which ended Jan.
108(d)(3)) excludes assets (such as their fishing permit) exempt from creditors' claims under state law.
Since 1939, ministers have been allowed to exclude from income the value of a home or parsonage provided for them.
Partnership Return of Income, for the tax year of the partnership that ends with or within the tax year the partner excludes DOI income from gross income under Sec.
108(a) excludes from gross income any DOI income if the discharge occurs in either a Tide 11 case (bankruptcy), when the taxpayer is insolvent or if the debt is "qualified farm indebtedness" or (if so elected) "qualified real property business indebtedness.
Employers should review their employee benefit plans to ensure that the plan's language explicitly excludes classes of workers the employer intends to exclude, to the extent consistent with tax-qualified status for the plan.
108(a) generally excludes COD income from gross income if:
280A(d)(4)(A) excludes from personal use any period during which the NRX used the home as his principal residence before or after renting it to the RX.