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rule out

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to prohibit from occurring by advance planning or action

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After the quick installation of the shell it could be carried out in dry, secure conditions, precluding the difficulties of making a weatherproof envelope with improvised techniques, and without any great hurry.
In their view, even a separate unsecured guarantee by the seller-lessee (that is, a guarantee by the subsidiary) of its own obligation for leaseback payments also could be viewed as precluding the subsidiary from accounting for the transaction as a sale-leaseback.
They allow the board to build a moat around a company precluding the salutary checks and balances of the market.
shareholder's potential taxability under the CFC regime, by precluding application of the PFIC/CFC overlap rule when the likelihood that a U.
Dose-limiting reversible events (amylase and lipase elevations with abdominal pain) were seen at 1 mg/kg, precluding further dose escalation.
The court held that the arrestee stated a claim, precluding judgment on the pleadings.
7519 is part of Chapter 77, the application of this administrative regulation appears to be based on a determination that, for the purpose of precluding appeals, the 10% penalty is assessed and collected as if it were a tax imposed by Subtitle C.
Therefore, where the lender makes a "full credit bid," the lender is deemed to have paid the full amount of its debt, thereby precluding recovery of damages based upon the difference between the value of the property and the amount of the debt.
The resulting forfeiture of that right on election of the cash was viewed as a substantial limitation on receipt of that cash, again precluding its constructive receipt.
The appeals court held that the disciplinary action taken by prison officials was reasonably related to legitimate penological interests, precluding the retaliation claim.