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  • In practice, very little was returned except for a few ships.
  • Except for the winning song, the results have never been published.
  • The camp is free and open to the public, except for night practices.
  • This design covered the whole of the baby except for its legs.
  • All the men, except for third and fifth persons from the left are seated.
  • Today, most events are run short-format, except for a few one-star competitions.
  • This system is very close to the regular three-man system except for a few procedure changes.
  • Paintings appear on almost every surface of the cave except for the floor.
  • Except for a few very special cases, this gives the same behaviour.
  • Except for one occasion, the Project never played live during its original incarnation.
  • Thus it has little in common with traditional surnames except for its position after the given name.
  • In doubles, all the rules of single play are applied except for the following.
  • Their own orders are until now recognized by the Catholic Church except for their women priests.
  • Foreign TV shows are also shown in their original versions, except for most cartoons.
  • During the final few years of his life, Guthrie was largely alone except for family.
  • Except for the first case (month written by its full name), the month is followed by a full stop.
  • Excepting for the three weeks and a little more occupied by our friends, we have been quite alone. Cited from Memories of Hawthorne, by Rose Hawthorne Lathrop
  • Everyone he knew dropped away except for two of his colleagues.
  • The level of protection in commodity trade has been low, except for agricultural products.
  • Beat one is empty except for a closed high hat commonly used, which is unusual in popular music.
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