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apart from

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishapart fromaˈpart from (also aside from American English) preposition  1 EXCEPTexcept for We didn’t see anyone all day, apart from a couple of kids on the beach. Apart from the ending, it’s a really good film.2 EXCEPTas well as Apart from his earnings as a football coach, he also owns and runs a chain of sports shops. Quite apart from the cost, we need to think about how much time the job will take.
Examples from the Corpus
apart fromFinally, apart from one small reference, the analysis never examines the relationship between collective protest and internal war.The clearly defined black spots and red bands of courage that set the rainbow apart from other trout are truly remarkable.Apparently he would watch any sport, however obscure, apart from rugby league, which he just could not stick.Still he did not move, apart from shrugging again.He had good reason, apart from the appeal of her look and manner.The trouble is that they have not learned to be secure and capable apart from their parents.Great Groups tend to be islands of excellence that exist apart from their surroundings.
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