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  • n  the act of preventing something by anticipating and disposing of it effectively
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  • Davis City Council considers Minor Alcohol Preclusion Act
    In 2014, the Davis City Council will meet again to discuss a city ordinance that will make underage drinking a chargeable offense. If the Minor Alcohol Preclusion Act is passed, it will be illegal for minors (under age 21) to have a blood alcohol level of .02 percent or greater in a public place. A City Council meeting was scheduled on Oct. 9 to discuss the act, but now it has been pushed back ...
    Oct. 24, 2013 - The California Aggie

  • Richard Kramer in
    One does not have to be married in order to procreate, nor does one have to procreate in order to be married,Kramer wrote. "Thus, no legitimate state interest to justify the preclusion of same-sex marriage can be found."
  • Glenn Close in The Age
    When you go to the individual specific provisions in this bill - eliminating pre-existing conditions from being a preclusion to getting insurance, making sure that companies can't put lifetime caps or cancel your policies when you get really sick,... Steny Hoyer CBS News Mar 19, 2010 76797 103783 precociously She's definitely an old soul," said actress Glenn Close of her pint-sized co-star in 2005's Nine Lives, one of five Fanning films released that year. "She's a precociously talented kid. She's not a diva. She's not one of these horrible...

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