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Meanings and phrases
- a decree that prohibits something; prohibition; proscription
- 100 bani equal 1 leu in Moldova
- 100 bani equal 1 leu in Romania
- an official prohibition or edict against something; banning; forbiddance; forbidding
- forbid the public distribution of ( a movie or a newspaper); censor
- prohibit especially by legal means or social pressure
- expel from a community or group; banish; ostracize; ostracise; shun; cast out; blackball
- ban from a place of residence, as for punishment; banish
- a ban on the testing of nuclear weapons that is mutually agreed to by countries that possess nuclear weapons
- When prices went down, the ban was lifted.
- The ban was lifted 35 years later in 1989.
- The ban was lifted shortly thereafter.
- Despite a travel ban, Chung left South Korea in April 2006.
- The couple honeymooned in Cuba in violation of a U.S. travel ban.
- The next day, Judge Ghassan Ouiedat, a Lebanese prosecutor, imposed a travel ban on Ghosn.
- The smoking ban in England has caused The Fumoir to stop selling cigars.
- The smoking ban had been passed in 2015 and was meant to go into full effect in May 2018.
- Smith commemorated the enactment of a smoking ban within Allegheny County with "Smokestack" smoked porter.
- Previously, Florida had been one of four remaining states that maintained the lifetime ban.
- It was later revealed that as part of the agreement, Madoff accepted a lifetime ban from the securities industry.
- In July 2008, FINA announced his lifetime ban by the Chinese Swimming Association with a posting on their anti-doping website.
- On 30 October, shortly after the removal, a court lifted the ban.
- Ericsson eventually lifted the ban and re-hired Armstrong in 2004.
- Murarirao Yeshwantrao Ghorpade lifted the ban on women in October 1996.
- FTD was obliged to ban all references to files of BREIN members.
- However, in October 1793, the country's all-male legislative body voted to ban all women's clubs.
- In 1915, Oregonians voted to ban all alcohol, preceding national alcohol prohibition by four years.
- In 1888 the ban against Iglesias was lifted, and he and his wife were able to return to Peru.
- Norway's IOC member Gerhard Heiberg indicated that IOC would reconsider the ban against mourning binds.
- He was placed under the ban while the ban against Grumbach was renewed and signed by Emperor Maximilian II on May 13.
- Duterte has requested for a total ban of Filipino worker deployment to Kuwait.
- In 1943 he was condemned to a total ban on all painting and sales of his works.
- Many nations and NGOs argued for a total ban on shipment of all hazardous waste to LDCs.