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rule out

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to prohibit from occurring by advance planning or action

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Towards the efforts of disfranchising senior citizens, especially those who have been precluded from full participation in the market place on a level playing field over the course of their lives, the Cato Institute, the Heritage Foundation, Frontiers of Freedom, and other organized efforts are being put forth that would lock a 'new serf system' into the U.
More importantly, however, the Supreme Court also decided that public policy precluded any duty to defend or indemnify, stating that "...
The small sample size limited the power to detect small differences and precluded multivariate analysis.
The Maryland Court held that G-4 aliens were not precluded from doing so, and the U.S.
For example, where the New Testament or the Church's tradition have interpreted certain texts of the Old Testament in a Christological fashion, special care should be observed in the translation of these texts so that a Christological meaning is not precluded.
Rather, the court concluded that defense counsel's statement served only to invoke the sixth amendment right to counsel, which is crime-specific, and precluded only subsequent interrogation regarding the crime charged.(24) Government-initiated interrogation pertaining to uncharged offenses, which was at issue in this case, was not affected by counsel's attempted invocation.
Thus, for example, the company that borrowed on a floating-rate basis several years ago and that now, due to lower interest rates, locks in a fixed rate on the remaining borrowing term by entering into an interest-rate swap, would be precluded from using synthetic instrument accounting and would presumably have to carry the swap on a mark-to-market basis.
The percolating of future toxic waste dumped at the site will be reduced or precluded due to the liner.
Allegedly to meet Saudi policies reflected in decrees of the Saudi oil minister, the purchasing affiliates were precluded from selling the oil other than at the below-market price at which they purchased it, plus costs and a reasonable profit -- i.e., a sales price substantially below the world market price.
The contractor's contention here was that the owner should be precluded (or "equitably estopped") from making one claim to the lender and a contrary one to the contractor.
The contractual issue arises if such payments are precluded by contract with third parties or by owner agreement (i.e., in a partnership or shareholder agreement of limited liability company (LLC) operating agreement).
After all, why should a large business that leases offices be allowed a deduction that a small business, allocating time and essential business activities across multiple locations, is precluded from taking?
Takeover Defense Expenditures: Deductibility Not Necessarily Precluded by National Starch
The district court held that summary judgment was precluded because fact issues existed as to whether correctional officials deprived one inmate of water and basic hygiene products.
Q: Is a taxpayer whose business falls within one of the ineligible NAICS codes (e.g., publishing--NAICS codes 5111 and 5122) precluded from using the cash method, even if part of its business consists of providing services (e.g., advertising space in its publications)?