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  • n. Plural form of carveout.


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  • Carolina-based company can issue, known as carveouts, "significantly exceed" the 2010 median -- Top News

  • For now, The AFL-CIO is pinning its hopes on a party widely unpopular for its inability to create jobs and corporate carveouts.

    Mike Elk: Obama-AFL-CIO Lovefest: Once Again, Labor Hopes President Will Prove Loyalty

  • House Minority Leader John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) pledged last week to repeal unspent stimulus funding and take a "long and hard look at the undergrowth of deductions, credits and special carveouts" in the tax code, such as the mortgage-interest deduction that benefits millions of middle-class homeowners.

    Democrats add fiscal austerity as a campaign issue

  • Incredibly, the consultation paper proposes a series of carveouts for government-dominated businesses.

    Hong Kong's Trust Busters

  • There are actually some carveouts in a later version of the bill, as the article notes, but the provision would still have the long term effect of squashing municipal broadband projects.

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  • If Congress does pass a comprehensive scheme, however, the Court will uphold it, even if it reaches intrastate activities, and clever plaintiffs like those in Raich may not come up with carveouts and assert that these are beyond the Commerce Power.


  • The majority rejected the argument; the fact that one can imagine such carveouts does not require the Congress must exempt them, nor does the Constitution withdraw these carveouts from the Commerce Power.


  • After round-the-clock negotiations over the past few weeks, Harris was able to extract narrow carveouts specific to the state's laws and a guarantee that her state would receive a larger slice of the settlement, a lawyer in Harris' office said.

    Reuters: Top News

  • The House-approved bill sanctions two casinos, without geographic carveouts, and the four racinos.

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  • If it is a new client, he said, the firm needs a lot more information upfront and there are often more carveouts in the agreement to protect against unexpected issues. - Newswire


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