exemption

[ ig-zemp-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF exemption

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If arrested, they can have no claim to exemption from the liabilities of criminals.

He knows that just as well as he knows why he had himself put on that Exemption Board.

God promises assistance but not exemption to those who love Him.

Exemption, for instance, from keeping guard and keeping watch.

All who can raise the most frivolous pretext for exemption do so.

The heart of the question is, Has he any moral right to accept an exemption?

The question is not whether the youth has an exemption paper.

But the exemption and substitute laws remained as effective as ever.

In her exemption from hardship, and the education she would receive.

The letters of Khammurabi often deal with claims to exemption.

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