2. Noun. A thing, condition, or other matter which is exceptional. ¹
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Definition of Exceptionality
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Exceptionality
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1. Amsterdam Zuidas European Space by W. G. M. Salet, Stan Majoor (2005)
"The framework Of 'exceptionality' associated with these initiatives ... Many local authorities and national governments justify the exceptionality of ..."
2. Character and Temperament by Joseph Jastrow (1921)
"Superior sensibility to emotional play leads to exceptionality of the one order; insight into relations, to exceptionality of another; talent is a common ..."
3. Celebration Legal Essays: To Mark the Twenty-fifth Year of Service of John H by John Henry Wigmore (1919)
"But there will be a difference, for "prerogative means exceptionality."48 And this characteristic of exceptionality is present not only in the actual rules ..."
4. Six Lectures on Harmony: Delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain by George Alexander Macfarren (1882)
"An important exceptionality and an obvious characteristic of the free style, ... Its exceptionality consists, I., in their comprising chromatic notes, ..."
5. OECD Economic Surveys by Oecd, OECD Staff (2004)
"The notion of "serious recession", which underlies the exceptionality clause is ambiguous and would need an economic assessment.9 The debt containment rule ..."