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to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

Synonyms for exclude

prevent from being included or considered or accepted

lack or fail to include

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prevent from entering

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Because he used all three floors as his principal residence for two of the five years preceding the property's sale, Bob may exclude the remaining $18,000 gain.
The limited warranty must be extended to the first owner of the home and survive the passing of title but may exclude any, or all, subsequent owners.
Those defending accounting malpractice, cases may welcome the ability to use Daubert to exclude testimony offered by plaintiff's experts that is implausible and below professional standards.
Equinix excludes depreciation expense as these charges primarily relate to the initial construction costs of our IBX centers and IBX expansion projects or acquired IBX centers and do not reflect our current or future cash spending levels to support our business.
What if a taxpayer sells his or her home, excludes the gain, buys another home, then has to sell that home within two years of the prior sale?
This subclause contains a test that excludes from the scope of the draft rules certain foreign affiliates whose shares constitute "excluded property.
By skipping a generation, the grantor excludes the property from the probate and taxable estate of first-generation beneficiaries (usually children).
381(a) that ends in a year in which the transferor corporation excludes COD income under Sec.
13, which specifically excludes such costs from minimum lease payments in recording a capital lease, and Statement no.
108(a)(1)(A) and (B) intend to exclude discharged COD income to the extent the taxpayer is in bankruptcy or is insolvent.
Resort Revenue is revenue from resort operations and excludes revenue from real estate sales.
108(a)(1)(B) excludes DOI income from gross income if the discharge occurs when a taxpayer is insolvent.
If this excess amount is less than the amount he normally excludes from income, he should consider putting some of the sales proceeds in an investment account and financing a larger part of the purchase price.
108(a) excludes from gross income any DOI income when the discharge occurs in either a tide 11 case (bankruptcy), the taxpayer is insolvent or the indebtedness is "qualified farm indebtedness" or (if so elected) "qualified real property business indebtedness.