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If you use consecutive numbering then selectively hide rows based on those numbers, their absence will be obvious. You should be able to either refine your query to skip those rows, or use CSS to hide the ones you don't want.
add a 'id' attribute to each of the rows and the hide the one that you do not need using jquery.
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<tr id='hide_this'>test this</tr> then using jquery, you can do something like this: $('#hide_this').hide();