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to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

Synonyms for debar

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and that "it is likely the plaintiff will successfully persuade the court that the debarring official failed to 'articulate a rational connection between the facts found and the choice made.
Consolidates text on reporting of improper business practices to the appropriate authorities; updates a contract clause addressing prohibitions on persons convicted of fraud or other defense contract-related felonies; and relocates to PGI, procedures for referring matters to the agency debarring and suspending official.
Suspension or debarment based on unrelated conduct was rare because there appeared to be less of a logical connection to suspending or debarring a company from federal work where a contractor performed well, but ran afoul of legal problems in other, unrelated areas.
Although World Bank President James Wolfensohn has said that fighting corruption is a top priority at the institution, the Bank has long avoided the tough step of debarring major multinationals that engaged in corruption on its projects.
However Labour rebels fear the cap will eventually be scrapped, enabling top universities to charge what they want, effectively debarring students from poorer backgrounds.
Energy-efficient with a long radius channel, the XLR-10 is a continuous through-feed finishing machine for precision parts debarring in a compact, round bowl design.