The exclusion of women from the public sphere, with the apparent acquiescence of the government, increases from year to year.
To maintain the exclusion from combat roles creates an artificial boundary that women cannot cross.
Edward Teles and Velma Ortiz write from the left in their book, Generations of exclusion.
Al-Assad bears responsibility for these killings, and his exclusion from the sanctions is ridiculous.
It can build on an increasingly vocal public sentiment against the exclusion of girls.
I have noticed that you invariably wear blue, to the exclusion of all other colors.
The struggle of the poor was for food, to the exclusion of all other interests.
Are members, whose conduct may be obnoxious, to vote my exclusion because to them my opinions are obnoxious?
He had been true to James in the days of the exclusion Bill.
It operates to this end independently—yea, even to the exclusion—of all works of self-righteousness.
exclusion ex·clu·sion (ĭk-sklōō'zhən)
Surgical isolation of a part or segment without removal from the body.