What is exclusion?

  • (noun): The state of being excommunicated.
    Synonyms: excommunication, censure
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on exclusion:

Timeline Of Yugoslav Breakup - FR Yugoslavia - 1995
... issued ultimatums 'RS' to stop firing into the Sarajevo exclusion zone to return heavy weapons removed from UN collection point by noon on 25 May and, by 26 May, to remove all heavy weapons from the exclusion zone ... and observation posts in Sarajevo's 20 km exclusion zone. 72 hours to allow withdrawal of Serb heavy weapons from Sarajevo exclusion zone ...
English Contract Law - Construction - Unfair Terms
... signed a document with full knowledge of the exclusion clause ... and even though the surveyor's exclusion clause might prevent a duty of care arising at common law, section 13 "catches" it if liability would exist "but for ...
White Dwarf - Composition and Structure
... Since electrons obey the Pauli exclusion principle, no two electrons can occupy the same state, and they must obey Fermi–Dirac statistics, also ... Applying either the Pauli exclusion principle or the uncertainty principle, we can see that this will increase the kinetic energy of the electrons, causing ...

More definitions of "exclusion":

  • (noun): The state of being excluded.

Famous quotes containing the word exclusion:

    All men, in the abstract, are just and good; what hinders them, in the particular, is, the momentary predominance of the finite and individual over the general truth. The condition of our incarnation in a private self, seems to be, a perpetual tendency to prefer the private law, to obey the private impulse, to the exclusion of the law of the universal being.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    We belong to the community. It is not the tailor alone who is the ninth part of a man; it is as much the preacher, and the merchant, and the farmer. Where is this division of labor to end? and what object does it finally serve? No doubt another may also think for me; but it is not therefore desirable that he should do so to the exclusion of my thinking for myself.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)