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apart from something

except for something aside from something Apart from its wonderful kitchen, that house needs a lot of work done on it.
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apart from

Also, aside from. Besides, except for. For example, Apart from jogging occasionally in the park, she gets no exercise, or Aside from Sunday dinner with his parents they have not gone out for months. The first term dates from the early 1600s, the variant from the early 1800s.
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A mother who lives apart from her children is looked upon as a failure or worse in our society.
David Lipsky knows a little something about setting himself apart from the pack.
All is in timber, apart from the prefabricated metal fence against the ramps on the south side of the site.
What was always interesting about Petit, totally apart from his choreography, was the manner in which he absorbed the Kochno lesson, which Kochno himself received from Diaghilev, Benois, and Fokine, of ballet as a collaboration, a kind of combined operation of the arts, in which design and painting, together with music and drama, played a vital role.
These scholars experienced, at the college and graduate levels, snubs and insults, quite apart from segregated housing and social inequality, which prepared them to resume living - and to begin their careers in earnest - largely apart from white scholars and from white students.
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Yes, okay, but apart from hospitals, schools, investment, help for pensioners, low wage earners and parents, what has Labour ever done for the North East?
Perhaps he escaped the irony of the Heritage application being made in 2003 against the background of the Israeli army carrying out massive orgies of destruction, in a lethal collective punishment, set off by 'targeted' killings and their suicidal revenge attacks, using part-British tanks and Caterpillar bulldozers in historic 'would-be heritage' cities in the Occupied West Bank--Bethlehem, Hebron, Nablus and Ramallah--affecting centuries-old houses and public buildings and casbahs, gems of Arab, Crusader and colonial architecture, apart from the devastation to people's lives.
What sets this "eco-leasing" concept apart from current leasing programs is that once the manufacturer has gotten the used product back it is seamlessly used as raw materials for new models.
In 1998 Thomas McAdams claimed the $25,000 married filing separately Social Security base amount because he was married and believed he lived apart from his wife, Norma, for the entire year.
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The prior work found evidence that the more time a man spent apart from his sexual partner since they last had sex, the more sperm he ejaculates at the next copulation.
The ballroom dance club is a breed apart from the traditional club or disco, which many young people find alienating.