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Synonyms for ban

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Synonyms for ban

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 prayer for the temporary restraining order against the ban,' Inton said.
Ban remains on launching housing schemes, distribution of pamphlets, wall-chalking, processions, loudspeakers, fireworks
"Regrettably, the Muslim Ban validates the worst stereotypes about Muslims; that they are inherently foreign and violent and pose such a threat to the United States they should be banned," the letter reads.
According to reports that followed the ban, ten players were arrested for playing PUBG Mobile in public spots like cinemas and colleges.
They argued that the ban on polythene paper should be implemented by both countries so that success can be achieved.
While the ban is in place, licensed gun owners may not transport their firearms outside of their residences.
He said Thailand imposed the ban on 23 types of Cambodian goods including pumpkins, garlic, red onions, chopping boards, pestle and mortars and torches.
China announced last month that it was lifting a 25-year ban on use of rhino horns and tiger bones, a move experts said was a step backwards in the fight to save the endangered species.
In 1994, President Bill Clinton signed a ban on assault weapons in the U.S.
Using the existing number-coding formula, car plates ending with 1 and 2 should be banned on Edsa on Tuesdays, a day after their assigned number-coding ban in Metro Manila; those ending with 3 and 4 should be banned on Wednesdays, and so on.
A hosepipe ban is a restriction that prevents you from using a hosepipe, or similar apparatus, to:
It added in another statement that a ministerial decision has been issued to lift the ban on poultry imports from Croatia, Slovakia, Laos, Togo and Zimbabwe.
On Thursday, the developer took to the official "Rocket League" website to (https://www.rocketleague.com/news/tournaments-update-chat-ban-system-details/) announce and explain the new Chat Ban system .
In 2009, Bolivia became the first country to ban any and all use of animals--wild and domestic--in circuses, enacting a law that states that the use of animals for public entertainment "constitutes an act of cruelty." It also includes a ban on marine mammal performances.
'There have been clear statements by the governments of major palm oil-producing countries to oppose the ban and even those hinting at possible trade actions or retaliation, including consulting the World Trade Organisation, to deter the EU from implementing the discriminatory ban on palm oil for biofuels,' he said.