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The new information consisted of Internet protocol addresses that Comey said are “exclusively used” by North Korea.Was Sony Hit With a Second Hack?
January 8, 2015
Or perhaps more accurately, a man, in his last years, especially but not exclusively consumed by affairs of the spirit.The Stacks: John Coltrane’s Mighty Musical Quest
October 18, 2014
However, these scholarships are also exclusively offered to Miss America contestants.There She Is! Deport the Miss America Pageant.
October 6, 2014
It is certainly not correct to exclusively depict her as an entirely innocent victim.Brecht's Mercenary Mother Courage Turns 75
September 10, 2014
By the 1920s the rise of big hotels took the Catskills by storm, almost all of which were exclusively Jewish.The Ghost Hotels of the Catskills
August 25, 2014
Historical Examples of exclusively
Spice may be ground in a mill kept, exclusively for that purpose.Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches
It is now carried on exclusively by the labor of free blacks.The Works of Whittier, Volume VII (of VII)
John Greenleaf Whittier
Rights and patents are owned and controlled by us exclusively.The Mayflower, January, 1905
From the egoistic point of view this experiment is exclusively negative.The Sexual Question
We have hitherto been exclusively occupied with those sources of 1.Modern Painters Volume II (of V)
mid-15c., "so as to exclude," from Medieval Latin exclusivus, from exclus-, past participle stem of excludere (see exclude).
Of monopolies, rights, franchises, etc., from 1760s; of social circles, clubs, etc., "unwilling to admit outsiders," from 1822. Related: Exclusively; exclusiveness.