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to exclude from normal social or professional activities

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a list of people who are out of favor

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put on a blacklist so as to banish or cause to be boycotted

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The blacklist imposed by the Congress Party, banned India visits by Sikh Non-Resident Indians from 212 families in the United States, UK and Canada after
It found a blacklist and files containing extensive information on more than 3,300 individuals across the UK, which was used to vet individuals and deny people employment for reasons including being a member of a trade union or having raised health and safety concerns.
An analysis of the blacklist showed that most workers on the list were from London where 454 workers were blacklisted, followed by Greater Manchester who had 183, and Merseyside where there were 173.
As well as making it unlawful for organisations to refuse employment or sack individuals for appearing on a blacklist, the rules enable individuals or unions to pursue compensation or solicit action against those who compile, distribute or use blacklists.
Practicing intelligent word recognition: To avoid blacklists, spammers will deliberately alter the subject line by adding or removing punctuation, adding nonsense phrases, misspelling words or compressing spaces.
Once an administrator installs GFI MailEssentials 8 on Exchange Server 2000, incoming mail is checked against the selected third party blacklist.
This was the beginning of the blacklist, Hollywood's version of the conflict of our time, enshrined in such films as The Front (1976), starring Woody Allen and Zero Mostel and written by Walter Bernstein, and the star-studded but bland Guilty by Suspicion (1991).
Nor could host Whoopi Goldberg, who joked that she thought ``the blacklist was Hattie McDaniel and me,'' a reference to the first African-American Oscar winner, a Best Supporting Actress nod for ``Gone With the Wind.
Contact information can be exported to the blacklist from the user's address book, and all activity is centrally logged for easy tracking.
Roy Bentham, spokesman for the Merseyside Blacklist Support Group, said some of those at the meeting have joined the legal action being taken by solicitors Guney, Clark and Ryan.
In a dramatic Commons session, Cullum McAlpine, a director of Sir Robert McAlpine, denied his firm ever ran a blacklist - even though they funded and used the shady organisation who collected information on politically active workers.
The government is set to outlaw secret employment blacklists of union members.
A BAN on worker blacklists was demanded last night after an illegal database selling personal details to major building firms was found.
The Commission (assisted by a committee of experts from the member states) will then also have a month to draw up the EU blacklist which, on its publication, will supersede national blacklists.