Rule Off


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Rule Off

In bookkeeping, to underline a total figure or other amount derived from adding or subtracting other numbers. Ruling off indicates that this number should not be changed.
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Last summer, that board told racing commissioners to take the rule off the books and threatened to defund the agency - and close the tracks - if it didn't.
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Ambler is confident today's high-voltage match will still see 'stability' rule off the pitch too.