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Prepositions after "exempt"

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In 92% of cases exempt from is used

Fathers are not exempt from this rule.

You are not exempt from the WWC Check.

Noone should be exempt from the rules.

Accountability: No part of the organization should be exempt from the accountability.

Including Shepard, who's a little offended that even she isn't exempt from suspicion.

The first? 18,000 of income for a single person is totally exempt from PAYE and PRSI.

Credit is a drug! Businesses which employ less than 10 people should be exempt from the Minimum Wage restrictions.

He's all for that because this he knows, in the bill Congress and White House staff are EXEMPT from all the rules.

We shall embark upon import and hence are exempt from the state sales tax under section 5(2) of the central sales.

And men are not exempt from this pregnancy problem, as one-third of infertility issues stem from the male partner.

In 3% of cases exempt under is used

The loan is not exempt under the provisions of paragraph 15(2.

Information exempt under the FOIA is exempt from disclosure only.

Item J shows what paragraph of section 501(c) the filer is exempt under.

Certain information which is exempt under the terms of the Act may not be released.

A company so deemed is exempt under the Companies Ordinance regarding audited accounts.

You might not be supplied with the information you requested if it is exempt under the Freedom of Information Act.

It may, however, still be exempt under s 34(3) if its disclosure would reveal an unpublished Cabinet deliberation or decision.

Small farmers were lead to believe they would be exempt under the Tester amendment This is what the FDA has to say about that now.

However, records exempt under the specific exemptions are likely to be exempt from the Privacy Act's access and correction provisions.

In 1% of cases exempt by is used

Garbage wagons were seen on the streets after this with the sign, ' Exempt by Strike Committee.

Charities are only exempt if they are listed in Schedule 2 to the Charities Act 1993 (as amended ), or made exempt by other legislation.

The pharmacy staff sometimes fill out the back of the prescription for people who are exempt by age, when we receive the prescription from the doctors.

You need a license to buy or own all firearms (that aren't exempt by some very limited special rules) even though you don't necessarily have to register them.

In 1% of cases exempt for is used

He was exempt for the tiniest of moments.

I am exempt for it for being a Defence member.

Regardless of how long you want to be exempt for, it costs $5.

Any habitable or inhabited houses on those estates will be exempt for a maximum of 2 years.

But some places remain exempt for various reasons, retaining their soils and some vegetation.

He shall be exempt for one year for the sake of her family, to bring joy to the wife he has married.

If you are the relative or friend who has left your own home to provide community-based care, your former home is exempt for up to 2 years.

Goods originating in either country would be exempt for the fee, so things like Canadian lumber, oil or grain coming into the US by land would not be charged.

Prior to 1 January 2012, the first six weeks (36 days) of Illness Benefit and Occupational Injury Benefit payments in the tax year were also exempt for tax purposes.

Property taxes should be EXEMPT for senior citizens!!!!! Watch Obama; watch him VERY carefully! I don't trust Politicians that PROMISE you things JUST to get elected.

In 1% of cases exempt in is used

References are exempt in many, but not all, cases.

The first 1,270 of chargeable gain is exempt in any one year.

All prepackaged foods must be date-marked (unless exempt in the legislation.

Prevailing Currently the said profits are exempt in terms of section 13 (dddd) up to 31 st March 2011.

This is because dividend received from a domestic company has been made exempt in the hands of the receiver.

Can a family member of the manager and/or trustee of the school be made exempt in the redeployment procedure? A.

Proceeds of an insured person from life insurance issued by a resident insurer are exempt in the hands of the insured.

The strictly agricultural enterprises would be exempt in consideration of other agrarian laws which would be put into effect.

Industries that are exempt in one province may not be in another, so you'll need to check with your provincial WCB to be sure.

Although, let's be honest here, commenters are a big part of the blogosphere and shouldn't be exempt in discussions like this, really.

In 1% of cases exempt of is used

I am weary and exempt of such people.

It is the only season typically exempt of excess heat.

All used household goods and personal effects are exempt of duty.

Manufactured woods, made by mechanical process, like ply-woods, agglomerate, etc, are exempt of this regulation.

If there is a problem with registering the vehicle exempt of VRT, the vehicle can be registered on payment of VRT.

Payment and Refund Policy All book purchases are exempt of VAT and all other purchases sales via this shop are inclusive of VAT.

Under the current HST, certain items were also exempt of the provincial portion of HST, such as: gasoline; books; and children's clothing.

And because housing consumes by far the biggest share of most low income people's paychecks, and is exempt of GST, the rise isn't transmited there.

To be exempt of vrt you will need to prove that you have worked and have been a UK resident and again that you owned the car for more than 6 months.