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rule out

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to prohibit from occurring by advance planning or action

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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.
Jennifer Granholm has announced that a "legal cloud" is hovering, and benefits for some employees and families are being withheld pending a judicial decision on whether the law's language precludes them.
Such restrictive conditions of employment severely limits or precludes their participating in the Social Security fund.
The small sample size, small number of patients with the outcome of interest (late SARS recognition), and small cell size for some dichotomous variables precludes multivariate logistic regression analysis.
His framework, since it precludes predicting rising inflation in advance of improving labor-market conditions, has betrayed him once again.
This does two things: builds war fighters' confidence in the system and precludes the iron mountain build-ups we had in Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
Bressler reports that many commercial property forms contain exclusionary language that precludes coverage for loss or damage caused by, or resulting from, a variety of culprits, including "fungus.
3121(q) precludes the use of an aggregate estimate, specifying that "wages" include tips, but only those received by an employee in the course of his or her employment, with emphasis on the employer's liability for each individual employee's tips, not on total employee tips.
Unless defense counsel is present, this protection precludes government-initiated interrogation of the subject for the duration of uninterrupted custody.
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 court noted that the Fourth Amendment precludes police or prison officials from conducting a strip search of an individual arrested for misdemeanors or other minor offenses, unless there is reasonable suspicion that the individual is concealing contraband or weapons.
legal actions be initiated by outside counsel not previously involved in any fashion with Belmont, and that legal counsel be retained, following an appropriate competitive bidding process, through a written retention agreement that precludes conflicts of interest.
The issue is whether including some or all of these provisions in a mortgage servicing sale contract precludes recognition of a sale under Issue no.
Moreover, since the toxic materials are removed, such treatment precludes that toxic material from percolating in the future.
A patent precludes others from using or selling a technology for 17 years.