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Synonyms for exception

take exception to something

Synonyms

  • object to
  • disagree with
  • take offence at
  • take umbrage at
  • be resentful of
  • be offended at
  • demur at
  • quibble at

Synonyms for exception

Synonyms for exception

a deliberate act of omission

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an instance that does not conform to a rule or generalization

grounds for adverse criticism

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Exceptions noted in 274(n)(2) refer to "(A) such expense .
The state of Florida and the federal government argued before the Court that there should be a firearms exception to the Terry rule.
Although traditionally performed within the 180 days subsequent to a final Medicare cost report settlement, the exception request can be requested well in advance of this.
However, it is not clear whether all of the exceptions that exist for referral to clinical laboratories, such as the exception that now exists for physicians who provide services within their own offices, would extend to the additional health services.
SQN Banking Systems, a leading provider of integrated fraud detection and process improvement products for the financial industry, announces Los Angeles-based, Center Bank has implemented three SQN products to assist in their fraud prevention efforts including signature verification with SENTRY: Signature(TM), check fraud detection with SENTRY: Detect(TM) and centralized exception item processing with SENTRY: Exception(TM).
6664 (d)(3)(B), the exception does not apply if the taxpayer relied on a "disqualified tax advisor" (an advisor who is a"material advisor" under Sec.
In an attempt to exclude nonaggressive tax transactions from the disclosure requirements, the TSD regulations include four exceptions for transactions that would otherwise fall into the other reportable transaction category.
About a third of those exceptions were used for athletes who did not qualify for admission under the regular rules.
Then in February, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) created a process to allow exceptions to the caps for certain conditions.
The Bush administration argued that no exceptions could be granted from the Controlled Substances Act without undercutting the government's abilities to control the spread of the hallucinogen to people outside the church and to protect the health of the UDV's congregants.
4(2), all amounts received or receivable in respect of the grant of a restrictive covenant would, except for three narrowly prescribed exceptions set forth in subsection 56.
3) The exceptions allow law enforcement officers to bypass the procedures of obtaining a warrant from a judicial officer when there is a determination that a significant government interest in searching without a warrant outweighs the interests of the individual.
One just concern of reinsurers is the sheer volume of underwriting exceptions being made by direct writers.
CPAs need to be able to identify key control exceptions and apply materiality to determine their financial impact.