Prepositions after "exempt"
exempt from, in, by, as or at?
|In 88% of cases exempt from is used|
|And no nation is exempted from these challenges.|
|Exports exempted from foreign Exchange Regulations.|
|Pulses are currently exempted from an import tariff.|
|SEZ units are also exempt from the central government's service and excise tax regimes.|
|Certain categories of imports are exempted from the Import Trade Control Regulations.|
|Women were admitted later on although most were exempted from the blood-letting rites.|
|Can students who are exempted from the English Placement Test still select compulsory English foundation (FNDE) CUs? No.|
|Such people will not be exempted from the rewards Allah has promised for those who are considered good-doers (muhsinun).|
|Also if it is so great then why did all the Unions want to opt out and some large companies and why are they exempt from it.|
|Now the industrialised countries are exempted from following disciplines in finance, for example, in changing their interest rates.|
|In 2% of cases exempt by is used|
|Article 10: (Scope of Application) stipulates that the act applies to all enterprises except small family businesses, domestic servants, and those exempted by Presidential decree.|
|In 1% of cases exempt as is used|
|At thirty-three, Truman was two years over the age limit for the draft and would also have been exempted as a farmer.|
|In 1% of cases exempt due is used|
|Personnel of the security agencies were exempted due to the nature of their business.|
|In 1% of cases exempt on is used|
|Thus this is also exempt on concept of Mutuality.|
|In 1% of cases exempt to is used|
|They think that they're exempted to the rules of the road and ride whatever way they think gets them to their destination faster.|
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