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rule out

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to prohibit from occurring by advance planning or action

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Bush said Thursday the United States does not preclude further negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program even as the issue has been referred to the U.
But Justice Roberts noted that "there may be instances in which a need for uniformity precludes the recognition of exceptions to generally applicable laws under RFRA.
In addition, the shareholder benefit resulting from these distributions was so integral to the corporate benefit as to preclude any distinction between the two.
When we actually "lived" that value, we began to move away from the silo mentality and turf-protective behavior that preclude shared values, productive partnering, and acting as a community.
The proposed rule is contrary to what Congress intended when it passed the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act in 1999, which clarifies any congressional intent and amends the Bank Holding Company Act to preclude any such action by the Federal Reserve or Treasury.
In Cobb, the Supreme Court found that the Sixth Amendment right to counsel did not preclude officers from questioning a suspect who had previously invoked his Sixth Amendment right to counsel on a burglary charge about a murder that occurred during the charged burglary.
Oates and Goelzer use what they characterize as the Act's ambiguity to spin various scenarios about the kinds of services that might be unlawful under the Act, concluding that the provision likely precludes "an Auditor from providing an Issuer with testifying expert services and may preclude an Auditor from providing nontestifying expert services and litigation support services.
The statistical "noise" involved in measuring value-added should preclude decisions that are based on small, unreplicated analysis; it should not preclude decisions that are based on gross findings.
People should ask the obvious question: 'Doctor, is there anything you see in my mouth that would preclude a good result for me?
Indeed, debunking is nothing more than asking for evidence of paranormal phenomena under conditions that preclude trickery.
This does not preclude the surgeon from performing a turbinate resection (30130) if necessary.
The verb preclude means EXclude, the opposite of INclude.
It is clear from these enforcement activities that the federal government is taking aggressive steps to preclude any financial relationships that could interfere with a physician's ability to make independent and unbiased treatment decisions.