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ex·cep·tion

(ek-sep'shŭn)
That which is omitted, excluded, or set apart.
[L. excipio, to exclude]
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Not surprisingly, the archdiocese took exception to this campaign and ordered all four Catholic schools participating in the program to stop.
However, she took exception to his statement, "In our tradition we do not approach the communion table in any old way.
The local stewards took exception to the unplaced run of Top Of The Left after the lightly raced eight-year-old was beaten just over 32 lengths into seventh by Vanormix in a novice hurdle after appearing to be tenderly handled by conditional Tom Siddall up the home straight.
Coury took exception to comments made by Pfizer regarding the merits of Mylan's amlodipine patent challenge.
The MQM leader took exception to Qaim Ali Shah and other PPP minister's visit to Lyari soon after taking oath of their offices to attend a reception.
Miss Morland said the concerned students intervened in an argument between Lockley, of Poplar View, Halifax, and his girlfriend and the 18-year-old took exception to that.
Taylor took exception to a remark made by Manley at the PDC awards dinner in London and they exchanged words.
Wenger took exception to questions about the defender's absence in his post-match press conference.
The BGB Southern League Premier Division club has parted company with Ashby as it is believed they took exception to the manager talking to Worcester City chairman Dave Boddy over the vacancy at City following the recent departure of Andy Preece.
But Dodgers reliever Joe Beimel, who watched from nearby as Martin reached away from the oncoming Utley to catch an off-line throw from first baseman Olmedo Saenz -- and as Utley then knocked Martin over before touching the plate -- took exception to the play.
But today UK Coal said it took exception to the accusation they had lied and may appeal.
I was selling a well-known left wing newspaper outside a London underground station when an individual approaching took exception to me.