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barred to a designated group

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The zones have recently been reclassified into three groups, those whose evacuation orders will be immediately lifted, those where preparations will be made to lift the orders and those that will remain off-limits.
The research, based on a poll of 2,012 UK adults, said money came a close third as a subject which is off-limits as more than a quarter of people would refuse to talk about their finances with their nearest and dearest.
At Wednesday's press conference, Fujimura quoted reconstruction minister Tasuo Hirano as saying at a government meeting late last month that some areas should be off-limits near the Fukushima power station for an extended period regardless of radiation levels.
The New York-based group said the detainees have been transferred to off-limits military sites and urged the observers to insist on full access to all sites used for detention.
BEIRUT: Hizbullah has reportedly asked the Lebanese Army to stop flying over several areas of southern Lebanon, defined as off-limits by the party, according to a report published by the German magazine Der Spiegel on Sunday.
Palin's political views, however, are not at all off-limits - and, as occurs with any citizen, her views intersect with her private life.
PRINCETON, NJ -- A majority of Americans (57%) interviewed in a mid-May Gallup Panel survey approve of expanding drilling for oil in offshore and wilderness areas considered to be off-limits.
Work site was OUTSIDE area declared off-limits to trains, known as an "engineering possession".
The land, now off-limits to hunters, covers territory stretching from the northern tip of Vancouver island to Princess Royal Island and is home to grizzly and black bears, wolves, cougars, mountain goats, moose, and deer.
Their habitat off-limits to human recreation and industry, four-legged, winged, and exoskeleton-clad creatures clamor to the branches and mud in preference to the strip malls and gas stations nearby.
Making fun of homosexuality seems to be the one area of humor that has yet to be ruled off-limits by political correctness.
Besides saving archaeologists a lot of digging, time, and money, ground-penetrating radar permits them to study sites that are considered off-limits to physical disturbances.
The cameras within the NetImage XSO system are enhanced with behavioral intelligence software which can detect and alert security personnel to any number reportable behaviors such as a bag left unattended, movement in an off-limits area, a slip or fall down a flight of stairs or a car going the wrong way down a one-way street.
When you take everything you like and put it off-limits, it's harder to stick with the diet," says Field.
Welch, in hyping the program to fellow Southern Baptist preachers, promised that attendees would visit Fort Bragg, spend the night at the facility, see areas that are normally off-limits to civilians and spend "informal time" with Boykin.