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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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Consolidated net sales for the third quarter of 2013, excluding exchange rate effects and divestments, rose 6% compared with the same period a year ago.
Net income was record high, even excluding these one-off items.
Net sales for the first quarter of 2011, excluding effects of exchange rate movements and divestments, rose 6% as a result of higher prices and volumes compared with the same quarter a year ago.
Excluding reorganization costs, Delta reported income of USD$175 million for the quarter, compared with a loss of USD$304 million on the same basis in the year-ago quarter, helped by some ticket price increases and restructuring its route network.
Some believe section 410(a) regulates the maximum length of service that can be required, rather than preventing a plan from excluding a class of employees (such as part-timers) based on rate of service (less than 40 hours per week).
Earnings excluding restructuring costs totaled MSEK 77 (65), an improvement of MSEK 12.
Sales of Tena brand incontinence products rose 3%, excluding exchange rate effects.
United Airlines will report its first quarterly profit excluding unusual items in six years when it releases its second-quarter results on July 31.
Limiting the exclusion to one sale every two years does not prevent a husband and wife filing jointly from excluding up to $250,000 of gain from the sale or exchange of each spouse's principal residence, provided that each spouse would be permitted to exclude up to $250,000 of gain had the couple filed separate returns.
However, the tax is imposed on the property's value when transferred, effectively excluding any future appreciation from tax.