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apart from

Except for; excluding. Apart from math, my grades are very good this semester. I love this car—apart from the price tag, of course.
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live apart (from someone)

To live in a separate location from someone with whom one formerly shared a house. My parents aren't divorced, but they've been living apart for the last few years. I just think we should live apart from each other for a while, at least until all these legal issues are resolved.
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live apart

(from someone) to live separated from a person whom one might be expected to live with. John lives apart from his wife, who has a job in another city. He lives apart, but they are still married.
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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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Yet the existing ballads yielded slowly, lingering on in the remote regions, and those which have been preserved were recovered during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries by collectors from simple men and women living apart from the main currents of life, to whose hearts and lips they were still dear.
But he does not want me back; he wants my child; and gives my friends to understand that if I prefer living apart from him, he will indulge the whim and let me do so unmolested, and even settle a reasonable allowance on me, provided I will immediately deliver up his son.
Summary: Police suspect that Soumya, who was living apart from her husband, had fed them rat poison
Never mind how the boy will cope, how will the parents adjust to living apart from him in the week?
Now I am permanently single and I kind of enjoy it Artist Tracey Emin People might think I've got everything, but a sweeping staircase and designer handbag doesn't really do it for me Singer Louise Redknapp who is now living apart from husband Jamie Redknapp Badness is universal, but there is an outrageous, startlingly visual badness in behaviour that happens in Hollywood.
We find that, contrary to the assumptions of the Mincer model, living apart from a partner is more common than breaking up or rejecting a first-choice job in the transition from graduate school to professional employment.
Another member of the Mothers Living Apart From Their Children group, in WomenCentre's Huddersfield base, added: "If a man lives apart from his children then you think there must have been a messy divorce or break-up but with a mum there must be something wrong.
reportedly told the police that when he returned from the market, he saw his wife, who was living apart from them, leaving the side of his mother.
Mum-of-four Karen John, 34, was living apart from husband Anthony when she climbed through a window at his home and saw him having sex with Deborah Saunders.
This is her handbook for women, helping them to cope with the guilt, sense of loss and social stigma attached to living apart from their children.
I can't think I would want to waste my time attending weddings and funerals etc with a spouse I was living apart from. Small wonder neighbours are talking and passing comments suggesting these people have set this up for extra state benefits, it certainly looks that way.
"A Mother Apart: How to Let Go of Guilt and Find Happiness Living Apart from Your Child" is a guide for mothers who, by any number of circumstances, have been forced to live apart from their children.
Mother-of-two Tracey Morgan received pounds 8,832 after claiming she was living apart from her husband.
If you are living apart from a life of crime, your risk is negligible."--Courtesy NSSF