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to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

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Added to this, streamlining the debarring process has helped to minimize turnaround times and reduce costs.
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.
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.
Mothers, despite the absence of specific rights in this area, played a role in the selection of their children's marriage partners, and the law eventually came to recognize popular feeling in debarring a husband from treating his wife's dowry as his personal property.
The preliminary injunction notes that "The Supreme Court has observed 'that a preliminary injunction is an extraordinary and drastic remedyO'" 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.
Debarring officials may now debar a contractor based on a determination by the Secretary of Homeland Security or the Attorney General of the United States.