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... airdate January 14, 2004 Mission Money earned Possible earnings Piñata Party $10,000 $50,000 Exemption or Bust -$25,000 $25,000 Current Pot $16,000 $134,00 ... Whoever possess the other box earns an exemption unless they give it back for up to $50,000 ... Exemption or Bust The group must unanimously decide who will be given an exemption in this episode ...
... The U.S ... Department of Agriculture also states, “In-shell pasteurized eggs may be used safely without cooking.” ...
... Exemption may also refer to Exemption (church), an exemption in the Roman Catholic Church, that is the whole or partial release of an ecclesiastical person, corporation, or institution ...
2003 Mission Money earned Possible earnings Hulapalooza $0 $30,000 Exemption Game $0 $20,000 Current Pot $151,000 $313,000 Exemptions Erik Completed memory game Execution Michael 4th player executed ... Exemption Game The players form two groups and compete against each other for the final exemption ... This prevents him from getting the exemption and earns $20,000 for the pot ...
... (a) The President and the Vice President of the Philippines, and the Secretaries and Undersecretaries of Executive Departments (b) Senators and Members of the House of Representatives (c) The Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court, incumbent and retired members of the judiciary, incumbent members of the Judicial and Bar Council and incumbent court lawyers covered by the Philippine Judicial Academy program of continuing judicial education (d) The Chief State Counsel, Chief State Prosecutor and Assistant Secretaries of the Department of Justice (e) The Solicitor General and the Assistant Solicitors General (f) The Government Corporate Counsel, Deputy and Assistant Government Corporate Counsel (g) The Chairmen and Members of the Constitutional Commissions (h) The Ombudsman, the Overall Deputy Ombudsman, the Deputy Ombudsman and the Special Prosecutor of the Office of the Ombudsman (i) Heads of government agencies exercising quasi-judicial functions (j) Incumbent deans, bar reviewers and professors of law who have teaching experience for at least ten (10) years in accredited law schools (k) The Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor and members of the Corps of Professors and Professorial Lecturers of the Philippine Judicial Academy (l) Governors and Mayors. ...
More definitions of "exemption":
- (noun): Immunity from an obligation or duty.
Famous quotes containing the word exemption:
“Extemporaneous speaking should be practised and cultivated. It is the lawyers avenue to the public.... And yet there is not a more fatal error to young lawyers than relying too much on speechmaking. If any one, upon his rare powers of speaking, shall claim an exemption from the drudgery of the law, his case is a failure in advance.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)
“There is no prejudice so strong as that which arises from a fancied exemption from all prejudice.”
—William Hazlitt (17781830)
“Every member of the family of the future will be a producer of some kind and in some degree. The only one who will have the right of exemption will be the mother ...”
—Ruth C. D. Havens, U.S. suffragist. As quoted in History of Woman Suffrage, vol. 4, ch. 13, by Susan B. Anthony and Ida Husted Harper (1902)