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The Mexican government announced the banning of all imports of second-hand cars, except for 1998 models.
except her
At a directors' meeting, unless a quorum is participating, no proposal is to be voted on, except a proposal to call another meeting.
She's a lot like the millions of others who stood in line to make their voice heard in this election except for one thing: Ann Nixon Cooper is 106 years old.
Some scientists think that dolphins are the most intelligent animals in the world except for man, and that we may be able to talk with them one day.
Except in special circumstances, anyone is allowed to enter the building.
Bender often utters the phrase "Kill all humans", even if he always silently adds "except one" referring to Fry.
To tell you the truth, I'd tell Tony I'm going back to cutting the grass myself again next year, except for one thing.
Philosophy is a science, and as such has no articles of faith; accordingly, in it nothing can be assumed as existing except what is either positively given empirically, or demonstrated through indubitable conclusions.
The "buddy system" is a way to stay safe while hiking in the woods, except when encountering pregnant bears, which eat for two or even three or four.
Age may have one side, but assuredly Youth has the other. There is nothing more certain than that both are right, except perhaps that both are wrong.
The boat sails from Oban every day except Sunday. Everyone passed the exam except for Rory. [+ (that)] So nothing changed, except that Anna saw her son less and less.
One of the characteristics of the Ancien Régime is that almost everybody had privileges, except peasants.

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