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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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to exclude opposing experts." There's wide variability in what would-be evidence judges choose to exclude.
The new CDC study, says Willett, "took only half-hearted measures to exclude people with chronic disease." It didn't eliminate people who knew they were ill.
This election is made by filing a return for the tax year of the sale or exchange of the taxpayer's principal residence that excludes the gain from gross income.
The language of the contract or agreement for sale of the new home must conspicuously mention the housing merchant implied warranty and provide that the limited warranty excludes or modifies the implied warranty.
Some then argue that if it is not evil to exclude the procreative good through contraceptive activity, it is also not evil to exclude it through homosexual activity.
Ministers living in church-provided parsonages, for example, do not have to include the fair rental value of their homes in their gross income and may exclude a designated allowance for utilities and upkeep to the extent of actual expenses.
A single taxpayer who has owned and used a residence as a principal residence for two of the five years prior to its sale may exclude up to $250,000 of the gain from disposition of the property.
A third CFC issue in Amdahl concerns whether and how section 959(b) applies to a water's-edge group, and specifically whether its provisions to exclude from income previously taxed earnings and profits apply in California.
Warren, 282 F3d 1119, the appeals court reviewed a Tax Court decision allowing Warren, a minister, and his wife to exclude up to $80,000 of parsonage allowance.
The New York Court of Appeals, affirming the Appellate Division's decision, emphasized that the exclusion is intended to: "exclude coverage for envirommental pollution.
121(a) and (b), taxpayers can exclude up to $250,000 of the gain on the sale or exchange of their principal residence ($500,000 for certain joint returns).