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  • 181 (the) exception that proves the rule — the exception that proves the ˈrule idiom (saying) people say that sth is the exception that proves the rule when they are stating sth that seems to be different from the normal situation, but they mean that the normal situation remains true in… …

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  • 182 take exception to — {v. phr.} To speak against; find fault with; be displeased or angered by; criticize. * /There was nothing in the speech that you could take exception to./ * /Did she take exception to my remarks about her cooking./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 183 take exception to — {v. phr.} To speak against; find fault with; be displeased or angered by; criticize. * /There was nothing in the speech that you could take exception to./ * /Did she take exception to my remarks about her cooking./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 184 Coding by exception — is an anti pattern where software quickly degrades in performance and maintainability because it evolves by having special case functionality added piecemeal. This typically happens because an existing piece of software is extended to cover… …

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  • 185 Standard for Handling of Exception Error Protocol (SHEEP) — is a maintenance system designed for the handling and transmission of errors within a distributed software system.Protocol StructureA dynamic set of errors found within the system is maintained by all members. Before an error can be included it… …

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  • 186 Machine Check Exception — A Machine Check Exception (MCE) is a type of computer hardware error that occurs when a computer s central processing unit detects a hardware problem. Microsoft Windows displays the error using the blue screen of death containing the error… …

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  • 187 State of exception — For the 2005 book, see State of Exception (2005). A state of exception is a concept in the legal theory of Carl Schmitt, similar to a state of emergency, but based in the sovereign s ability to transcend the rule of law for public good …

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  • 188 The Exception to the Rulers — Infobox Book name = The Exception to the Rulers author = Amy Goodman ettr.jpg publisher = Hyperion release date = April 14, 2004 media type = Hardcover pages = 352 pages size weight = isbn = ISBN 978 1401301316The Exception to the Rulers is a… …

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  • 189 Management by Exception — Der Begriff Management by Exception (Führen nach dem Ausnahmeprinzip) bezeichnet einen Managementstil, bei dem die übergeordneten Führungsorgane die Erledigung von Routinefällen den zuständigen Mitarbeitern zur eigenverantwortlichen Entscheidung… …

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  • 190 Management by exception — Der Begriff Management by Exception (Führen nach dem Ausnahmeprinzip) bezeichnet einen Managementstil, bei dem die übergeordneten Führungsorgane die Erledigung von Routinefällen den zuständigen Mitarbeitern zur eigenverantwortlichen Entscheidung… …

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  • 191 Articles d'exception — En Suisse, on désigne sous le nom d articles d exceptions un certain nombre de dispositions constitutionnelles adoptées à la fin du XIXe siècle et limitant les libertés de culte et d expression. Adoptées pendant le Kulturkampf, ils étaient… …

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  • 192 L'Exception et la règle — (Die Ausnahme und die Regel) est une pièce de théâtre didactique du dramaturge allemand Bertolt Brecht écrite en 1929/1930. Portail de la littérature …

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  • 193 take exception to — verb a) To be offended by; to consider offensive. I take exception to the assumption that simply because I am young I am not able to discern fact from fiction. b) To object to; to disagree with. I am sorry to learn that the senior medical staff… …

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  • 194 Teckal exception — England, Wales An exception that means, in certain circumstances, a contract let by a public body will not be deemed to be a contract for the purposes of the public procurement regime. The relevant circumstances are that: • The service provider… …

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  • 195 co-conspirator exception — n. An exception to the hearsay rule that allows the acts and statements of one conspirator, as long as they were done or said during or in furtherance of the conspiracy, to be admitted into evidence at the trial of another conspirator, even if… …

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  • 196 business record exception — A rule of evidence that allows routine entries made customarily in financial records, or business logs or files kept in the regular course of business, to be introduced as proof in a lawsuit when the person who made such notations is not… …

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  • 197 death knell exception — / nel / n: a rule of procedure allowing immediate review of an interlocutory order when denial of review would result in irreparable injury Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 198 special exception — n: a use of property that is allowed under a zoning ordinance under specified conditions: conditional use at use 2 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 199 Juridiction d'exception —    juridiction dont la compétence d attribution est déterminée par un texte    Procédure civile: les juridictions d exception ont une simple compétence d attribution, ne connaissent que des affaires qui leur ont été confiées par un texte précis,… …

    Lexique de Termes Juridiques

  • 200 take\ exception\ to — v. phr. To speak against; find fault with; be displeased or angered by; criticize. There was nothing in the speech that you could take exception to. Did she take exception to my remarks about her cooking …

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