What is the definition of exclusively?
Without any others being included or involved. For example: "John works exclusively for Mr. Smith." John may be some kind of private contractor, and at times he may 'work' for several different people or complanies. But at this time, for whatever reason, he works for Mr. Smith and for no one else.
It depends on who you consider to be Jews. If the definition is exclusively Halakhically-Recognized Jews, the first Jewish congregation was founded in Cape Town in 1841. If the definition is expanded to groups like the Lemba who consider themselves Jewish regardless of Halakha, Judaism entered Africa with the Bantu migrations around 500 C.E.
Virus definition files contain information that allows an antivirus program to recognize files which contain a virus. Many simpler viruses can be detected by so-called "scan strings", which are essentially pieces of code found almost exclusively in a particular virus. Today, heuristic technology, which attempts to detect viruses without definitions, is also important. It operates by analyzing the structure of programs to detect if they may be harmful to a computer.
Your governing documents can make this clear. Every condominium's definition of the ownership boundaries is different from every other property's definition. Because of fire codes, if you're referencing the frame and crawl space exclusively above your unit, it's possible that they are referred to as limited common elements -- or common elements, depending on legal phrase used by the developer and the attorney s/he hired to craft your governing documents.
Definition of monoculture from Answers.com # The cultivation of a single crop on a farm or in a region or country. # A single, homogeneous culture without diversity or dissension. So you would have to say that if a Christmas tree farm exclusively grew the trees, it is a monoculture. If they were mixed with other plantings, that would be different.