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  • In other cases, the men did nothing for the women except in a minor way.
  • This design covered the whole of the baby except for its legs.
  • No laws were needed at these stages except those given by the head of the family or society.
  • The European championship is held every year, except in those years in which there is a world championship.
  • This system is very close to the regular three-man system except for a few procedure changes.
  • People are not able to know anything about God except through this self-revelation.
  • Paintings appear on almost every surface of the cave except for the floor.
  • Except for one occasion, the Project never played live during its original incarnation.
  • Another method is simply to release no data at all, except very large scale data directly to the central government.
  • Students excepted into these programs transfer to north as full-time students there.
  • Not much else is known from this period, except that he was very fond of drawing.
  • It appeared that neither of the men knew the lady excepting by name. Cited from Randy of the River, by Horatio Alger Jr.
  • It is common in all domains except government and education where Spanish is used.
  • Inquests are held in public except where there are real issues of national security.
  • Most of these are, however, without record, excepting of the most general character. Cited from Collections Made During the Field Season of 1881, by William H. Holmes
  • Except at the beginning of a sentence, the name of the month always begins with a lower-case letter.
  • In the subsequent year, all prizes were awarded except those for literature and peace.
  • Players draw one card at the beginning of each of their turns, except the first player on their first turn.
  • Michigan, like every US state except Louisiana, has a common law legal system.
  • Foreign TV shows are also shown in their original versions, except for most cartoons.
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