As Jacob saw it then, the exemption for firms with under 50 employees was problematic.
She thinks there should be an exemption made for sexual assault.
ENDA had a “Level 3” exemption in it, the same exemption as the Affordable Care Act compromise.
Two weeks ago, the House eked out a repeal of the exemption, and yesterday Senate Democrats sent their own version to the floor.
However, in order for Israeli men to be allowed to do national service, they first need to receive an exemption from the military.
Now, as a prefect, he was exempt, and he appreciated his exemption.
God promises assistance but not exemption to those who love Him.
As regards customs duties, International Law does not claim the exemption of envoys therefrom.
exemption, for instance, from keeping guard and keeping watch.
Two things are specified—physical health, and exemption from calamity.
late 14c., from Old French exemption, exencion or directly from Latin exemptionem (nominative exemptio) "a taking out, removing," noun of action from past participle stem of eximere (see exempt (adj.)).