unexcluded

unexcluded

(ˌʌnɪkˈskluːdɪd)
adj
not excluded; not left out
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1202 favorable gain exclusion provision existed for regular income tax purposes, but at a lower exclusion percentage (resulting in the unexcluded portion being subject to a 28% tax rate).
We analyze partially justified actions as those supported by some unexcluded reasons, but not supported by the balance of unexcluded reasons bearing on that action.
A maximum rate of 28% (the "28-percent basket") applies to sales of collectibles and the unexcluded gain from the sale of small business (Section 1202) stock.
In my view, Meyer and other ID proponents need to leave open a significant "unexcluded middle" in thinking about biology.
The rule was established to override an otherwise unambiguous exclusion, where some unexcluded cause (someone's negligence, for example) was a contributing cause of loss.
Wallerstein, Immanuel 1996 "Time and duration: The Unexcluded Middle", Papers of the Fernand Braudel Centre (Conference de prestige sur le theme, "Temps et Duree," Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Sept.
These unexcluded objects or facts presumably make the scientists' hypotheses either true or false.