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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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The shutdown in Wisconsin shows just how far-reaching the ban on "partial-birth" abortions can be.
Not surprisingly, the American Public HealthAssociation, the American Association of Suicidology, and the American Psychiatric Association, are three of the 31 national organizations that are members of National Coalition to Ban Handguns (NCBH).
The 40th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing and the resumption of arms control talks between the Soviet Union and the United States this fall have prompted a resurgence of interest in one of the oldest approaches to slowing the skyrocketing nuclear arms race: test ban treaties.
The best reason not to curb interventions that many people see as safe and beneficial, however, is not that such a ban would be dangerous but that it would be wrong.
There were 104 bans handed out for physical assault and 12 for fighting, 32 for setting fire to something and 21 for opening emergency exits or rear doors while the vehicle was moving.
We could even get bans that actually work and are proportionate.
Although 100-percent smoke-flee bar and restaurant bans are fairly new, economists have studied how less stringent bans in public places and workplaces have influenced smoking initiation and prevalence.
The whole idea of imposing bans was to ensure that there was no violence in licensed premises either against the licence holder, staff or indeed other customers.
2) We begin by employing "naive" specifications (which treat bans as homogenous and control simplistically for trends) representative of those typically estimated in the literature.
The board of health approved a ban on all trans fat in local restaurants.
Other research had suggested that worker health improves after a smoking ban, but this is the most comprehensive study to date, says pulmonologist Daniel Menzies of the University of Dundee.
Since 1998, nineteen states have passed constitutional bans on same-sex marriage, though Nebraska's and Georgia's were struck down and are under appeal.
More than anything, we want to provide businesses and trash haulers with the information and assistance they need to comply with the waste bans," says MassDEP Commissioner Robert W.
By 1991, according to the pro-gun control Violence Policy Center, 38 states had passed laws pre-empting local handgun bans, in addition to three that had done so before Morton Grove passed its prohibition.
7--Citing Massachusetts's pending same-sex marriages, Ohio governor Bob Taft signs the legislature-approved "super DOMA," giving Ohio one of the country's most far-reaching same-sex marriage bans.