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other than (something)

Besides or excluding something, Other than having a view of the parking lot, his apartment is great.
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other than

1. Different from, besides, as in They were shocked to find she has a lover other than her husband. [1250]
2. In a different manner than; otherwise than, as in How could she be other than happy with the new house? [Late 1800s]
3. other than that. Except that, as in Other than that the nearest store was five miles away, it was a perfect location.
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other than


1 except: I don’t know any French people other than you.We’re going away in June but other than that I’ll be here all summer.
2 (written) different or differently from; not: I have never known him to behave other than selfishly.
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Outcomes assessment frequently includes measures other than the clinical and physiological outcomes common in more traditional clinical research.
During long follow-up periods, however, intervening factors other than the intervention may influence the outcomes, complicating the study design and data analyses.
Further, they believed that any stresses other than those arising from the physical difficulty itself would be trivial and unimportant.
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