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Ver definición en español de eximir
1eximirexonerarto exempt sb from sth — eximir / exonerar a algn de algo
1to be exempt from sth — estar exento de algoto be exempt from -ing — estar eximido de + inf
- The national department is to amend current exemption procedures and criteria later this year to ensure all those who cannot pay fees are duly exempt from doing so.
- Book stores, corner stores and TV shops are also exempt from the bylaw.
- As a middle-aged baby boomer, I am certainly not exempt from the wishes and dreams of the anti-aging movement.
- Surely, some say, these elites should not be entirely exempt from pressure to adopt more climate friendly lifestyles.
- They are not something mysteriously exempt from the conditions they study.
- Am I expected to pay the IRS on the profit from the sale or am I exempt from capital gains taxes?
- You can make other tax-free gifts, called potentially exempt transfers, and they will be free from IHT if you survive another seven years.
- This is commonly interpreted to mean that water was initially exempt, but in the final stages this exemption was withdrawn.
- Those that were not felt they were exempt due to non-profit status.
- But back to tax exempt status with attendant effect to disqualify or discredit MEMRI.
- A friend told me you can also make exempt gifts from income.
- Still others simply spend the money or save in exempt assets rather than pay outstanding bills.
- Technically the cathedral was bankrupt but the Church of England's exempt status meant this could not be declared.
- We'll get it back after our first appointment but it's still a lot of money for NHS exempt patients to have to find.
- Ten concessionary exempt permits will also be given to the Methodist Church on Hartley Street.
- Last week's Western Open offered up exempt spots for the Open just as this Scottish Open does.
- This may also affect Bermudians who wish to work for exempt companies in Bermuda.
- Inheritance tax is levied only on the estate, not on the recipients of any exempt gifts.
- Coaches like exempt events because they provide the opportunity to play high-level competition in neutral settings.
- The term therefore does not permit the clear distinction between taxable and exempt transactions to be blurred on the basis of considerations which are outside the system.
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