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Here's a look at 15 tax credits, deductions or exclusions that would change, according to a summary of the bill and the full text.
The exclusion of these players indicates that recent comments by Israeli political leaders, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, over warming ties with Sunni Arab states might be overly optimistic.
The ex-Laguna Beach High sister tandem of Makenzie and Aria Fischer each scored one goal , while defender Alys Williams, who starred at Edison High, had a steal and a drawn exclusion.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act doubles the estate tax exclusion, so $22.4 million of this couple's assets would be exempt, resulting in an estate tax of $3.04 million, saving this couple's heirs $4.48 million.
Targeting assistance and attention to Christian communities to the exclusion of their Muslim fellow citizens is ultimately bad for Christian communities and bad for American interests in the Middle East.
Although, according to The Times, Wilshere’s exclusion is not down to injuries.
Among the notable exclusions are veteran winger/outside back Fabian Johnson and young central midfielder Cristian Roldan.
The rare-disease exclusion was not publicly debated before being added into the ACA.
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Origin and Etymology of exclusion
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
EXCLUSION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of exclusion
excludeplay \iks-ˈklüd\ transitive verb excluded; excluding
legal Definition of exclusion
- review of deportation and exclusion orders
exclusionaryplay \-zhə-ˌner-ē\ adjective
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