forbiddance


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Synonyms for forbiddance

Synonyms for forbiddance

an official prohibition or edict against something

the action of prohibiting or inhibiting or forbidding (or an instance thereof)

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For example, the information may be related to military forbiddance, commercial secret or personal privacy.
Several noteworthy BFOQ cases address the forbiddance of stereotype BFOQ defenses.
We realize that such understanding and collaboration is built on a deeper grasp of the values, tenets, and practices of universal love, compassion, justice, charity, and the forbiddance of evil in one's own faith tradition.
Al Mansi warned of an upcoming humanitarian disaster in the Gaza Strip if Israelis continue their closure of the passage and their forbiddance of the entry of concrete to Gaza.
Udi Angel) (hereafter the Owner of the Permit) including maintaining the current holding structure in the Company and in ORL and the forbiddance of transferring the control in them without the approval of the Government.
Lee stated her fear of this in her letter:</p> <pre> The reason I say communist tactics are used is that [Yee], several years ago, despite [Ginn's] forbiddance, sent $3,500 to the Communist Government .
Rather how hast thou yielded to transgress The strict forbiddance, how to violate The sacred fruit forbidden