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exceptionality

[ ik-sep-shuh-nal-i-tee ]
/ ɪkˌsɛp ʃəˈnæl ɪ ti /
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the state or condition of being exceptional, rare, one of a kind, or unusually excellent: A few academic outsiders have been helpful sources of insight into new media and culture, but they are significant by virtue of their exceptionality, not their typicality.Moviegoers cannot help but appreciate the exceptionality of the artisan's skills, honed by decades of absolute dedication.
Education. the condition of requiring special schooling for reasons of intellectual giftedness or physical or mental disability:A range of articles on the website explore the ‘dual exceptionality’ paradox of gifted students who have specific learning disabilities.
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