exclusion

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dışında bırakarak
{i} hariç tutma
(Tıp) Dışarda bırakma
(Ticaret) ortaklıktan çıkarılma
yoksun bırakma
(Denizbilim) dışarlama
(Ticaret) hariç bırakma
çıkarılma
ihraç etme
dışlama
(Politika, Siyaset) dışlanma
(Ticaret) dikkate almama
ihraç
çıkarma
ayrı tutma
{i} (from) (bir şeyin) dışında bırakılma; (bir şeyin) dışında bırakma
{i} dışında bırakma
mahrum ederek
(Tıp) Cerrahide bir organın vücuttan dışarı çıkarılmadan vazife dışı edilmesi
{i} kovma
meydan vermeyerek
to the exclusion of hariç tutarak
(Hukuk) atılma
(Hukuk) dışta bırakma
(Hukuk) kabul etmeme
exclusion from
dışında bırakma
exclusion principle
(Kimya) dışarlama ilkesi
exclusion principle
dışlama ilkesi
exclusion clause
dışlama fıkra
exclusion area
(Askeri) sınırlanmış bölge
exclusion area
(Çevre) girişe kapalı alan
exclusion area
(Nükleer Bilimler) dışarlama alanı
exclusion area
(Askeri) SINIRLANMIŞ BÖLGE: Güvenlik bakımından önemli bir şeyi veya konuyu ihtiva eden ve içine girilmesi veya yakınında bulunulması, akla gelen her türlü maksat için, taşıdığı önem veya ihtiva ettiği konudan faydalanma ifade edecek derecede hayati bir nitelik taşıyan sınırlı bölge
exclusion of rights
(Politika, Siyaset) hakların tüketilmesi
exclusion principle
dislama ilkesi
exclusion zone
(Nükleer Bilimler) ayırım bölgesi
exclusion zone
(Denizbilim) yasak kuşak
exclusion, excluded
(Sigorta) istisna, hariç
competitive exclusion
(Denizbilim) yarıştan atılan
fishery exclusion zone
(Denizbilim) fez
exclusionary
Dışlayıcı
mutual exclusion
Birbirini dışlama: İşletim sistemi programlamada süreçler arası iletişim ve haberleşmede süreçlerden yalnız birinin ortak bir bellek alanını kullanırken diğerlerinin kullanamaması durumu
mutual exclusion
(Bilgisayar) Karşılıklı dışlama: Dönemdeş olarak çalışabilen bilgisayar programlarının, bir çatışmaya, karşılıklı kilitlenmeye veya veri tutarsızlığına yol açmamaları için herhangi bir anda tek bir programın belirli bir bellek alanına, bir giriş çıkış kapısına, bir dosyaya veya benzeri bir özkaynağa erişimine izin veren programlama tekniği
social exclusion
Sosyal dışlanma
social exclusion
Toplumsal dışlanmışlık
social exclusion unit
sosyal dışlanma birim
livestock exclusion zone
(Çevre) hayvanlara yasak bölge
pauli exclusion principle
(Nükleer Bilimler) pauli dışlama prensibi,pauli dışlama ilkesi
temporary exclusion area
(Kimya) geçici hariç alan
İngilizce - İngilizce
An item not covered by an insurance policy
The act of debarring or shutting out; removal from consideration or taking part
The act of pushing or forcing something out

For the exclusion of animals is not merely passive like that of eggs, nor the total action of delivery to be imputed unto the mother, but the first attempt beginneth from the infant .

non-admission
{n} a rejection, exception, dismission, bar
An event or loss that an insurance policy does not cover
A policy provision which describes circumstances under which policy proceeds would not be paid by the insurer
this is the same idea as being expelled You can be excluded for bad behaviour, but only after following the proper procedures You might also be excluded if you failed to meet the conditions of a provisional enrolment after answering a show cause request
the state of being excommunicated
If you do one thing to the exclusion of something else, you only do the first thing and do not do the second thing at all. Diane had dedicated her life to caring for him to the exclusion of all else
A restriction in your insurance policy that denies coverage for certain perils, persons, property or locations
A specific service, expense, condition, or situation that is not covered by the policy
A term used to denote certain types of losses or causes of loss which are not covered by an insurance policy Exclusions may be expressed in a policy or implied by law or custom
A contractual provision that denies coverage for certain perils, persons, property, or locations (G)
The denial of readmission or continued enrollment, or the cancellation of future registration
the state of being excluded
That which is not covered by the insurance as stated in the policy A clause in a policy which specifies that which is excluded from the policy's coverage
An exclusion is used in a DTD to indicate that, within the element on which the exclusion occurs, the excluded elements are not valid anywhere within the content of the element For example, in DocBook, Footnote excludes Footnote This means that footnotes cannot nest, even though Footnote contains Para, and Footnote occurs in the proper content model of Para See Section 1 4 2 1
An exclusion is an insurance policy provision that denies coverage for certain specified losses In most homeowner's policies, for example, earthquake damage is excluded
A policy term which describes a certain cause or condition, not covered
The principle of plant disease prevention in which the pathogen is prevented from entering a given region (20)
the act of forcing out someone or something; "the ejection of troublemakers by the police"; "the child's expulsion from school"
Language in a policy (or which may be endorsed onto a policy) which specifies that a given circumstance is not covered An example would be intentional acts of the insured If an insured were to damage property or cause bodily injury on purpose, the policy will not provide coverage due to the intentional acts exclusion Another example would be the Named Driver Exclusion, which states that unless a designated person specified by name is driving the automobile at the time of loss, the policy will not provide coverage
Certain causes and conditions, listed in the policy, which are not covered
Certain causes and conditions listed in the policy, which are not covered
An exclusion is a provision in an insurance policy that removes coverage for certain risks, people, property, or locations Exclusions can make policies more affordable by eliminating coverage for unnecessary risks
A provision in an insurance policy that denies coverage for certain losses, locations, people and properties
Risks, perils or properties defined in the policy as not covered
the act or an instance of excluding
The act of expelling or ejecting a fetus or an egg from the womb
An exclusion is used in a DTD to indicate that, within the element on which the exclusion occurs, the excluded elements are not valid anywhere within the content of the element For example, in DocBook, Footnote excludes Footnote This means that footnotes cannot nest, even though Footnote contains Para, and Footnote occurs in the proper content model of Para See Section 1 4 2 1
Specific conditions or services that are not covered by the terms of the plan or insurance contract
That which is expressly eliminated from the coverage of an insurance contract or policy The exclusion clause may be a general statement of terms covering all policy owners and/or insureds Examples of general exclusions are suicide or suicide attempt, acts of war, or foreign travel A specific exclusion may also be added to a contract as issue Examples of specific exclusions are skydiving, SCUBA diving, automobile racing, and flying
Exclusion is the act of preventing someone from entering a place or taking part in an activity. women's exclusion from political power
{i} prevention; rejection; leaving out, keeping out, shutting out
The exclusion of something is the act of deliberately not using, allowing, or considering it. It calls for the exclusion of all commercial lending institutions from the college loan program
Thing emitted
a deliberate act of omission; "with the exception of the children, everyone was told the news"
The act of excluding, or of shutting out, whether by thrusting out or by preventing admission; a debarring; rejection; prohibition; the state of being excluded
Part of an insurance contract that excludes coverage of certain perils, persons, property, or locations
Prior to the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, exclusion was the formal term for denial of an alien's entry into the United States The decision to exclude an alien was made by an immigration judge after an exclusion hearing Since April 1, 1997, the process of adjudicating inadmissibility may take place in either an expedited removal process or in removal proceedings before an immigration judge
omission
exclusion chromatography
A form of chromatography in which the stationary phase has pores that allow separation of molecules having different sizes and shapes
exclusion zone
A geographic area in which some sanctioning authority prohibits specific activities

If the demolition is to use explosives, an exclusion zone must be established at a distance from and surrounding the structure.

exclusion principle
The principle that two particles of a given type, such as electrons, protons, or neutrons, cannot simultaneously occupy a particular quantum state. Also called Pauli exclusion principle
exclusion principle
principle that states that two identical particles with spins equal to half an odd integer cannot be in the same quantum state (Physics)
exclusion zone
An exclusion zone is an area where people are not allowed to go or where they are not allowed to do a particular thing, for example because it would be dangerous. an area that people are not allowed to enter because it is dangerous or because secret things happen there
Pauli exclusion principle
A principle in quantum mechanics that states that no two identical fermions may occupy the same quantum state simultaneously
Mutual exclusion
(Bilgisayar) Mutual exclusion (often abbreviated to mutex) algorithms are used in concurrent programming to avoid the simultaneous use of a common resource, such as a global variable, by pieces of computer code called critical sections. A critical section is a piece of code in which a process or thread accesses a common resource. The critical section by itself is not a mechanism or algorithm for mutual exclusion. A program, process, or thread can have the critical section in it without any mechanism or algorithm which implements mutual exclusion
exclusionary
Acting to exclude something
mutual exclusion
(Bilgisayar) (Computer Programming) Synchronized multiple access to common data sources (uses "lock-unlock" switch that allows access to one program at a time and excludes all others)
Chinese Exclusion Act
{i} U.S. federal law enacted in 1882 that suspended immigration of Chinese laborers (repealed in 1943)
Pauli exclusion principle
Assertion proposed by Wolfgang Pauli that no two electrons in an atom can be in the same state or configuration at the same time. It accounts for the observed patterns of light emission from atoms. The principle has since been generalized to include the whole class of particles called fermions. The spin of such particles is always an odd whole-number multiple of 1 2 . For example, electrons have spin 1 2 , and can occupy two distinct states with opposite spin directions. The Pauli exclusion principle indicates, therefore, that only two electrons are allowed in each atomic energy state, leading to the successive buildup of orbitals around the nucleus. This prevents matter from collapsing to an extremely dense state
Pauli exclusion principle
exclusion principle, principle put forward by the Austrian physicist Wolfgang Pauli that no two electrons in an atom can be exactly equivalent
chinese exclusion act
Any of several acts forbidding the immigration of Chinese laborers into the United States, originally from 1882 to 1892 by act of May 6, 1882, then from 1892 to 1902 by act May 5, 1892
chinese exclusion act
By act of April 29, 1902, all existing legislation on the subject was reënacted and continued, and made applicable to the insular possessions of the United States
exclusionary
Tending to exclude; causing exclusion; exclusive
exclusionary
Something that is exclusionary excludes a particular person or group of people. exclusionary business practices
exclusions
Specific conditions or circumstances for which the policy will not provide benefits
exclusions
Specific conditions or circumstances that are not covered under the contract
exclusions
Conditions or circumstances listed in the policy, for which the insurer will not provide benefits
exclusions
specified hazards for which a policy will not provide benefit payments They are often called exceptions
exclusions
disorders, diseases or treatments listed as non-covered services (not reimbursable) in an insurance policy, for which the policy will not provide benefit payments
exclusions
Specific conditions or circumstances for which an insurance policy will not provide benefits
exclusions
Exclusions are specific conditions or circumstances for which the policy will not provide benefits
exclusions
Events not covered by an insurance policy Exclusions include running a taxi service (for motor insurance), overloading your car, or allowing drivers other than those specified in the policy to drive the vehicle
exclusions
specific conditions or circumstances for which your insurance will not provide benefits
exclusions
Specified conditions or circumstances for which the policy does not provide benefits
exclusions
Medical services that are not covered by an individual's insurance policy
exclusions
Specific conditions or circumstances listed in the policy for which the policy will not provide benefit payments
exclusions
Perils, causes of loss, property, or conditions listed in the policy that are not covered   Read your policy for details
exclusions
Specified hazards listed in a life insurance policy for which benefits will not be paid
exclusions
Specific situations or circumstances listed in your policy describing when benefits will not be paid Typical homeowners insurance exclusions are earthquake, sewer backup/sump pump failure, ordinance or law, and intentional loss
exclusions
Certain causes and conditions, listed in the certificate, which are not covered
exclusions
Clauses in an insurance contract that deny coverage for select individuals, groups, locations, properties, or risks
exclusions
Medical conditions explicitly not covered by a health insurance plan for which the plan will not pay
exclusions
Gross receipts that are not subject to tax and are not included in gross income, such as interest on state and local government bonds
exclusions
plural of exclusion
exclusions
Specific situations, conditions, or circumstances that are listed in the contract as being not covered (G)
exclusions
Clauses in an insurance contract that deny coverage for certain individuals, groups, locations, properties, or types of risks
exclusions
Specified hazards listed in a policy for which benefits will not be paid
exclusions
Clauses in an insurance contract that deny coverage for select individuals, groups, locations, properties or risks
exclusions
Exclusions are situations that are not covered by a given insurance policy Specific exclusions are listed on your insurance policy Back to Top
exclusions
Charges, services, or supplies that are not covered under an insurance policy
pauli exclusion principle
no two electrons or protons or neutrons in a given system can be in states characterized by the same set of quantum numbers
social exclusion
the situation that results when people suffer the effects of a combination of problems such as unemployment, crime, and bad housing, and have very little chance of being able to improve their lives
to the exclusion of
except, besides
exclusion