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100 bani equal 1 leu in Moldova

100 bani equal 1 leu in Romania

an official prohibition or edict against something

a bachelor's degree in nursing

forbid the public distribution of ( a movie or a newspaper)

prohibit especially by legal means or social pressure

ban from a place of residence, as for punishment

expel from a community or group

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Bernard Michna, a Wilmette trustee (the town's equivalent of a city councilman), cites the bullet holes and the stray round to bolster his support for the handgun ban and the fine imposed on DeMar.
The board decided last week to conduct a poll of employees before reconsidering the ban that took effect in January.
Such a law would largely put an end to the decades-old trench warfare over abortion, marginalizing conservatives who favor a total ban.
Some business owners in the hospitality sector in Northeastern Ontario are doubtful a smoking ban will be as easily accepted in other parts of the north.
Sentencing him to 18 months' probation and a further two life bans, the sheriff said: "You have a very bad driving record.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Without evidence of a safety problem, the Federal Highway Administration (FHwA) has no valid reason to ban radar detectors from the nation's commercial trucks and buses, argues an organization representing those who make, sell and own radar detectors.
Although a county legislator told PLASTICS TECHNOLOGY it was likely to be resubmitted, Lowman says CSWS has been working with local businesses to implement recycling and expects the ban to be overturned if resubmitted.
noted that a smoking ban not only reduces exposure to secondhand smoke but also encourages smokers to quit or cut back.
The ban will take effect 30 days after Mayor James Hahn signs it.
While Johnita DeMatteo's case may appear to be a novelty and a legal fluke, it is actually part of a multi-billion dollar national and global campaign to ban tobacco smoking.
The reason: The state had passed a ban on "partial-birth" abortions that was so broadly written and so punitive--mandatory life imprisonment for doctors--that virtually every abortion doctor in the state chose not to risk violating it.
In other areas of firearms control there hasbeen increasing recognition that bans are the most effective solution.
At the heart of technical discussions about test bans lies the question of verification--how well can each country tell if the other is violating any agreement?
Although the BANs are secured by the proceeds of senior revenue bonds or renewal notes of the BFSA, the BFSA plans to retire the notes with state aid receipts to be deposited with the trustee at least 45 days prior to the May 15 and August 14 BAN maturity dates.