fall outside (something)

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fall outside (something)

To not be included in some category, range, or scope. I'm sorry, but I can't speak on the matter—it falls outside my jurisdiction as a judge.
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fall outside something

to be beyond someone's power, responsibility, or jurisdiction. This matter falls outside my bailiwick. Her offense fell outside of the manager's jurisdiction.
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fall outside

v.
To fail to be within or classified within some range, limit, or category: That behavior falls outside of what is allowed here. The proposed budget falls outside the guidelines.
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The second, subtler change eased back on the outright ban that the 2013 guidelines placed on screening anyone falls outside the target age range and smoking history (at least 30 pack-years and either being a current smoker and having recently quit within the past 15 years) and who is without severe comorbidities.
As such, where any transaction falls outside the scope of these provisions, it would, as a consequence, fall outside the scope of VAT.
Kevin Spacey will not be charged over a 1992 sexual assault accusation because it falls outside the California statute of limitations.
The second, subtler change eased back on the outright ban that the 2013 guidelines placed on screening anyone who falls outside the target age range and smoking history (at least 30 pack-years and either being a current smoker or having recently quit within the past 15 years) and who is without severe comorbidities.
But officials said the agency PPACA regulations include a number of rules governing when an indemnity policy included in an employer benefits package falls outside the PPACA framework.
The group announced a 6% cut to electricity bills in February, but this falls outside the reporting period.
The claims report falls outside the survey period for the government's closely watched data on nonfarm payrolls for May.
But that training camp does not fall under International Rugby Board regulations governing player release, as Martin Johnson's side's meeting with New Zealand on November 6 falls outside the designated Test window.
If Easter falls outside that time, schools will not open on Good Friday or Easter Monday.
UEFA have confirmed that, although the game is a competitive one, as it now falls outside a FIFA allocated 'international window' - thanks to the heavy snowfalls that have hit Belgrade - Serbia have no automatic right to the keep the defender after Wednesday's clash with Poland.
The Supreme Court defined income in 1955 in Glenshaw Glass as gains and "accessions to wealth," and it has long been recognized that a return of capital falls outside this definition of income.
The business community would prefer that member states consider using a separate definition or category for "other digital goods--one that falls outside the definition of tangible personal property--on which a statute specifically imposing a tax can be enacted if so desired.
Depending how and when it is used, CA is technically a team management process that falls outside the purview of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS).
The event falls outside the state school Easter holidays but is expected to draw privately-educated youngsters who will have already broken up.
Comprising the full range of technical moves that he has spent the past five years patiently developing, they are "wholly-made"--nothing in them falls outside the compass of this artist's production history.