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Also in Bridgend, a pupil was banned for five days in 2012 for throwing a brick at the bus window from outside, while in Carmarthenshire, a pupil was banned for 10 days in 2011-12 for firing a BB gun at the driver, while another was banned for 10 days for pushing two pupils up against the rear window, which fell out.
Among the more famous books and authors banned by the Index were the novels Les Miserables by Victor Hugo and Pamela by Samuel Richardson, often cited as the first English novel.
The United States was working in consultation with the European Union, which was expected to name its own list of banned individuals, the British Guardian newspaper reported.
Certification Addresses Athletes' Fear of Unknowingly Testing Positive For Banned Substances and Desire for Higher Quality Supplements and Nutritional Products
PALMDALE -- Smoking will be banned in three of Palmdale's newest recreation facilities, and prohibitions elsewhere are in the works.
In addition to continuing inspections at landfills, combustion facilities and transfer stations to ensure that they are rejecting material loads that contain materials banned from disposal, MassDEP has begun looking more closely at companies that generate and transport solid waste, the agency has announced.
ITEM: Following the expiration of the federal assault weapons ban, contended the Associated Press on September 12, "manufacturers look for a boom in business as people buy up previously banned weapons like AK-47s, Uzis and TEC-9s.
Among other things, the regulations prohibited promotional items such as hats, T-shirts, and lighters; forbade brand-name sponsorship of sporting events; banned outdoor advertising within 1,000 feet of a playground, elementary school, or high school; and imposed a tombstone format on all other outdoor signs, all indoor signs in locations accessible to minors, and all print ads except those in publications with a negligible audience under the age of 18.
To equalize the situation, Kenneth Glover of WR Lazard says corporate money should be banned too because, he contends, "If [contributions] are buying business on one side, they are buying business on the other.
We have banned smoking at all of our meetings and we do not accept advertisements from tobacco companies.
At issue is how quickly substitutes can be found for those products--such as asbestos brake linings -- not immediately banned.