The list makes an exception
of 53 Turkish companies working in Russia.
The chat show host, 42, said that although he doesn't usually look back on TV recording, he makes an exception
for the festive favourite.
It makes an exception
for a $2 million payment to pay for the termination of the program by the U.S.
According to the Daily Express, the 68-year-old Spanish singer said that he makes an exception
for his two singer sons, but feels that he has been in the business so long, that music is "in his bones."
But the law makes an exception
for potato crisps and a VAT tribunal ruled in May that Pringles should be taxed.
In addition, the chain makes an exception
to its rule of expanding solely through organic growth when it buys Cleveland-based Medic Drug.
Also, LATIN TRADE does not generally run advertising disguised as a letter but makes an exception
here to accommodate others in Bolivia who might be offended.
Still, the document makes an exception
for candidates with "homosexual tendencies that were only the expression of a transitory problem." However, "such tendencies must be clearly overcome at least three years before ordination to the diaconate," a step towards ordination as a priest.
Unless the Department of Conservation makes an exception
, the company will not be allowed to recycle used road material at the Buellton plant until the contract ends in 2007, according to the report.
The law makes an exception
for religious employers.
His conclusion is that "the apophatic tradition, despite its distrust of all images about God, makes an exception
in using the imagery of threatening places as a way of challenging the ego and leaving one at a loss for words.
But the former Dutch national boss makes an exception
in the case of his fellow countryman Giovanni van Bronckhorst.
So if that new sofa doesn't sit perfectly at home, you may have to lump it unless the shop makes an exception