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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.
In other words, any activity or assets at the partnership level preclude a termination for tax purposes.
355-2(b)(2) requires a corporate business purpose for a tax-free spinoff, stating that a shareholder purpose is not a corporate business purpose, but it may be so closely co-extensive to preclude any distinction between them.
Because of our ability to know what commodities are in the distribution pipeline and provide the war fighter accurate reliable information on expected arrival dates, we were able to maximize surface delivery and preclude expensive costs associated with having to fly supplies into the theater.
This does not preclude the submission of a substantial revision of an application already reviewed, but such application must include an introduction addressing the previous critique.
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.
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.
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.
The provisions of IIRIRA, the 1996 federal statute, do not preclude states' abilities to enact residency statutes for the undocumented.
Throughout the state and the nation, we have passed laws that preclude energy exploration on federal lands - yet we expect power to remain cheap and abundant.
The verb preclude means EXclude, the opposite of INclude.
GORE PRECLUDE Vessel Guard has been used successfully in the U.
Some have a complete bar of joint and several liability, some prevent the application of joint and several liability to noneconomic damages, and others preclude its application to a defendant that does not satisfy the threshold of responsibility needed to trigger its application.