what is the meaning of "with the exception of "?
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- VirginiaLv 44 years ago
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No, it does not mean exception. You've got to understand the intent of the statement. Within the exception means that there are established exceptions, and "within" those established exceptions, they are also adding a limited liability clause of no greater than 50%. Which basically means that, inspite of the exceptions they still only have to pay half of the contracted fee. I hope I explained that so you can see what they are doing.
- anigmaLv 61 decade ago
except, all but. ...
for example "no dogs allowed in the store with the exception of guide dogs" means that only guidedogs may go in and no other.
Does that clarify the phrase for you?
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- BellicosaLv 51 decade ago
When naming a broad group of things, it's used to exclude one or several from the rule being set. Usually it's removing an individual from a whole class.
- 1 decade ago
not including or excluding a particular thing/animal/person etc.!
- jaffaLv 51 decade ago
besides a particular thing or individual