gardening leave

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gardening leave

a period of enforced leave from work.
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exists in fundamental opposition to black people, that is, by their formal and informal exclusion. By this logic, there is an irresolvable contradiction in the very term African-American, and no possibility for a meaningful black civic capacity or participation in U.S.
Among the key issues identified in the report was 'a perception that some schools have developed a form of informal exclusion to overcome the pressure of Government targets'.
In the early 1960s, the half-century of formal and informal exclusion of black children from private institutions ended.
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