Definition: not subject to a duty or obligation; free from a duty; V.
Definition: not subject to a duty or obligation; free from a duty; V.
Sentences Containing 'exempt'
Even milk is not exempt, but is doctored to prevent souring, the preservative most generally used by milk dealers being formaldehyde.
She herself was not exempt from internal emotion, and without having done anything wrong, yet fully comprehended that Luigi was right in reproaching her.
How happy you are in being exempt from all this!''
The dream of Sir Waiter Raleigh, concerning the golden city and country of El Dorado, may satisfy us, that even wise men are not always exempt from such strange delusions.
Noble titleholders are subjected to taxation, whereas under Spain's "ancien régime" they were exempt.
Many were as poor as commoners, although they were tax-exempt and could join the civil service or the army.
NYSD is a private, tax-exempt non-profit organization under article 501(c)(3) of U.S. law.
The case concerned whether the National Cooperative Bank is exempt from state income tax requirements.
A unanimous Court held that they are not exempt.
Exceptions to these rights are set out by the terms of Fair Dealing, these exempt users from copyright liability covering usage and reproduction when performed for private study, criticism or research.
Empresarios and individuals with large families were exempt from the limit.
The group claims that not enforcing the federal tax codes which prohibit tax-exempt religious organizations from electioneering is a violation of the First Amendment of the Constitution.
She is exempt from the psychoanalytic focus given to others in the series, which Smith attributes to her Asian "mysteriousness".
Jefferson enrolled her at "Abbaye Royale de Panthemont", an exclusive convent school, after receiving assurances that Protestant students were exempt from religious instruction.
Residential and agricultural areas, as well as other areas deemed "not feasible", would be exempt.
As a Union state West Virginia was exempt from most of the strictures of Reconstruction.
Women were exempt from torture by the Inquisition, but nevertheless, the Supreme Council of the Inquisition in Lima voted to subject her to torture to obtain a confession.
Unlike the Jews of Aragon, the Jews from the Balearic Isles were exempt from the duty of furnishing beds and bread to the royal family or to the governor.
NASA employs this model as their campuses are exempt from this particular law.
In the first group, the Top 35 Exempt teams will go onto the track first and set their positions in the time trials.
There are seven commandments from which female Jews are exempt:
The Watch Tower Society filed an amicus curiae ("friend of the court") brief arguing that the perceived sale of religious literature should be exempt from taxation.
A permit is required for all hunters (except those indicated as exempt) to hunt in this area.
The United States has an interest in the Federal Reserve Banks as tax-exempt federally created instrumentalities whose profits belong to the federal government, but this interest is not proprietary.
Also people living around the Shands Bridge area will be exempt from tolls on the Shands Bridge crossing the St.
Certain types of property are exempt from property taxes, including: places of worship, places of burial, private social clubs, charitable and educational institutions and government property.
Although unconfirmed officially, these Cabinet sources reported that ethnic Chinese employees of the Indonesian government would be exempt from the procedure.
As an exception, hot beverages and bakery items are tax-exempt if and only if they are for take-out and are not sold with any other hot food.
All other food is exempt from sales tax.
Under the Mongolian rulers, the priests of all religions were exempt from the poll-tax.
Some U.S. territories (such as American Samoa) are exempt.
Some courts such as the District Court for the District of Massachusetts have explicitly stated that "fee exempt PACER users must refrain from the use of RECAP".
He had appealed to the court to exempt him from appearing personally, stating that he was ill with an infection; however, his request was rejected.
Vehicles that are exempt from paying tolls are those owned by the Alaska Railroad, the DOT, or any emergency or law enforcement vehicle.
Loan transfers from clubs outside Scotland are automatically exempt from the limitation on signing players on loan.
Wiseman was an exempt player for the 2010-11 PBA season.
The PBA Tour returned to an "open" (non-exempt) format for the 2012-13 season, but Wiseman has chosen to only participate part-time.
As a tax-exempt charity, Prosperity USA is not allowed to donate money or services to a political campaign.
Purchases of used goods would be exempt from the federal sales tax.
The Act announced the phasing out of Tax-Exempt Special Savings Accounts preventing new accounts being opened after 5 April 1999.
Research in which vertebrates or cephalopods are used in Canada are subject to the requirements of the CCAC; however, research can be exempt if shown to be necessary.
When his mother-in-law confirmed his account, she and her husband (at that time, Jews with Gentile spouses were exempt from deportation) were released.
In addition, this protected her relatives, and Paula van Hulst—now registered as a half-Jew married to a Gentile—was exempt from being deported.
The government and the National Media and Infocommunication Authority (NMHH) argued that, in practice, blogs would be exempt from these requirements on the basis that they are not considered "business endeavors."
Sewage from cruise ships and other vessels is exempt from the requirement to obtain an NPDES permit.
She organized the non-exempt employees at Microsoft and filed an overtime pay dispute, which was later settled.
The four high dignitaries and the hakem were exempt from personal taxes, and they were invited to take part in major national ceremonies at the royal court.
Things finally started to change when the US Internal Revenue Service retroactively revoked Bishop Estate's tax exempt status for the trustees breach of duties and unlawful use of tax exempt charitable trust assets for political lobbying, triggering about $1 billion in back taxes and penalties.
Incentives included relaxed planning rules and a ten-year period exempt from business rates.
SANA is an approved charity with IPC status and cash donations to SANA are tax-exempt.
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