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Synonyms for interdict

Synonyms for interdict

a coercive measure intended to ensure compliance or conformity

Synonyms for interdict

an ecclesiastical censure by the Roman Catholic Church withdrawing certain sacraments and Christian burial from a person or all persons in a particular district

a court order prohibiting a party from doing a certain activity

destroy by firepower, such as an enemy's line of communication

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However, counsel for the Minister, informed the Court that whilst there is no interdict granted, the signing will however be postponed until the 27 March 2018 when the matter is finally disposed of in Court.
In response, the chamber has applied for a court interdict against the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) to have the charter set aside.
The court granted an interim interdict in a bid to stop him contacting her but she told yesterday how Russell continued to harass and intimidate her, including a threat in a letter.
The RST revealed it submitted a petition to the Court of Session in Edinburgh on Monday seeking an interim interdict to stop Ibrox being used as a guarantee.
The course was a collaborative exercise between the USA and Omani officials that brought together law enforcement personnel to strengthen their capacity to detect and interdict smuggled CBRNe-related materials, components, and equipment that could be used in a terrorist act.
Seymour had obtained an urgent court interdict to stop disciplinary hearings, which had been going on in December
With the threat of that interdict over a lease on the Pitreavie training base gone, however, money man Bryan Jackson expects to sign the renunciation of that deal tomorrow or Tuesday at the latest with Fife Council.
Meatco further applied for an interdict to restrain its workers from continuing with this action and to not interfere with or obstruct operations.
The interdict applicants argued that this was "clearly irrational and unreasonable".
29 quoted as saying the naval build-up in that area, the most vital water-way for the world's oil, was to interdict the movement of "enemy ships" at the earliest sign of an external attack.
As the work had not been done ahead of the store's planned opening on 1 October Transport Scotland successfully applied to the Court of Session, Scotland's supreme civil court, for an interdict, or injunction, until the lights are in place--which may not be until Christmas.
This follows an interim High Court order after the Gauteng Health Department lodged an interdict against them.
The evangelicals, who largely accepted ordination of women and often support mega-church-style liturgical innovations far beyond the 1970s revisions, are in the vanguard of the international fight to place the ECUSA under interdict, based on a literalist interpretation of scriptural language about homosexuality.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP), in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), work with other federal agencies at international mail and express carrier facilities to inspect for and interdict these drugs.
The federal government's constitutional responsibility to protect our borders includes the power to interdict foreigners carrying infectious diseases.