These "kinds" of exclusion
not only encapsulate a wide range of different kinds of exclusionary circumstances but they also identify a range of contemporary expressions and euphemisms for poverty.
Persistent disruptive behaviour, which includes disobedience and continual violation of school rules, has seen the biggest jump in exclusions
, with numbers up by 45% in three years.
The figures, published by the Department for Education, do show a decr for bw decrease in exclusions
some types of behaviour.
The rate of permanent exclusions
across all state-funded primary, secondary and special schools also increased slightly, up to eight pupils per 10,000.
Figures show there were a total of 2,609 exclusions
for persistent disruptive behaviour in 2013-14, which was far higher than the 2,183 recorded two years earlier.
Therefore, a loss involving bacteria may trigger at least two exclusions
in property and liability insurance policies, the fungi/bacteria exclusion
and the pollution exclusion
In 2012, the lifetime gift tax exclusion
is also $5.
The current version of the most common form of the absolute pollution exclusion
excludes, with limited exceptions, coverage for bodily injury or property damage claims arising out of the release of "pollutants.
There are 16 exclusions
that limit the scope of Coverage A bodily injury and property damage liability.
The actual number of days lost to temporary exclusions
between 2005/06 and 2007/08 has gone down by 10.
that will be before you this year is only for one year," he said noting that an override increases the levy limit permanently, whereas an exclusion
is for a fixed amount of time.
Second, courts enforce the specific exclusions
for employees' claims.