Either it will declare President Hamid Karzai winner in the first round, or deduct enough votes to force a runoff.
Firms do not deduct interest expense or any other financial outlays.
They get that they are permitted under current law to deduct the interest they pay on their mortgages.
The family that owns its home can deduct $24,000 from its taxable income and pay taxes as if it only earned $76,000.
Blumenauer proposes to change the law to allow dispensaries to deduct expenses and thus retain more of their earnings.
I see Miss Barbara's eyes red like morning sky and I deduct.
Mrs. Crampton had orders to deduct the price of the glass from her wages. '
He prefers to accept our estimate of the interval as authentic, and to deduct each hour as it passes.
You charge them for everything you give them, and deduct that from their wages.
If not, they could deduct the value of the lace from her earnings.
early 15c., from Latin deductus, past participle of deducere "lead down, bring away;" see deduce, with which it formerly was interchangeable. Technically, deduct refers to taking away portions or amounts; subtract to taking away numbers. Related: Deducted; deducting.