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    1. The confusion, however, is not entirely over, for rather than accepting the carefully deliberated recommendations of the National Standards Board, Glickman declined to definitively prohibit three practices being used in producing organically grown foods

    2. The masters, being fewer in number, can combine much more easily: and the law, besides, authorises, or at least does not prohibit, their combinations, while it prohibits those of the workmen

    3. agreements, to prevent that free competition which they cannot prohibit by byelaws

    4. But it had soon been found, that to restrain the exportation of wheat till the price was so very low, was, in reality, to prohibit it altogether

    5. And Mao had another quality as well: he did not prohibit

    6. But that when it imported to a greater value than it exported, a contrary balance became due to foreign nations, which was necessarily paid to them in the same manner, and thereby diminished that quantity : that in this case, to prohibit the exportation of those metals, could not prevent it, but only, by making it more dangerous, render it more expensive: that the exchange was thereby turned more against the country which owed the balance, than it otherwise might have been; the merchant who purchased a bill upon the foreign country being obliged to pay the banker who sold it, not only for the natural risk, trouble, and expense of sending the money thither, but for the extraordinary risk arising from the prohibition; but that the more the exchange was against any country, the more the balance of trade became necessarily against it; the money of that country becoming necessarily of so much less value, in comparison with that of the country to which the balance was due

    7. Would it be a reasonable law to prohibit the importation of all foreign wines, merely to encourage the making of claret and Burgundy in Scotland ? But if there would be a manifest absurdity in turning towards any employment thirty times more of the capital and industry of the country than would be necessary to purchase from foreign countries an equal quantity of the commodities wanted, there must be an absurdity, though not altogether so glaring, yet exactly of the same kind, in turning towards any such employment a thirtieth, or even a three hundredth part more of either

    8. To prohibit, by a perpetual law, the importation of foreign corn and cattle, is in reality to enact, that the population and industry of the country shall, at no time, exceed what the rude produce of its own soil can maintain

    9. When our neighbours prohibit some manufacture of ours, we generally prohibit, not only the same, for that alone would seldom affect them considerably, but some other manufacture of theirs

    10. But if, at any time, this deduction or abatement of customs, which is to be made as aforesaid, shall in any manner be attempted and prejudiced, it shall be just and lawful for his sacred royal majesty of Portugal, again to prohibit the woollen cloths, and the rest of the British woollen manufactures

    11. To prohibit a great people, however, from making all that they can of every part of their own produce, or from employing their stock and industry in the way that they judge most advantageous to themselves, is a manifest violation of the most sacred rights of mankind

    12. All the members of the administration besides, trade more or less upon their own account; and it is in vain to prohibit them from doing so

    13. In such circumstances, to prohibit the servants of the company from trading upon their own account, can have scarce any other effect than to enable its superior servants, under pretence of executing their master's order, to oppress such of the inferior ones as have had the misfortune to fall under their displeasure

    14. There would be no occasion to prohibit the importation of foreign silks and velvets

    15. ) Item, a local District Attorney tells a parent that state laws that prohibit the display of pornographic materials to minors do not apply to schools

    16. He proved that forevermore when he stated that he could do anything that the Constitution did not absolutely prohibit

    17. Although ―intellectual designs‖ are invariable in nature, such does not prohibit, however, the (inherent) capacity of most individual‘s to reach the highest thresholds of their (native) potential

    18. This is not widely known, but much of Europe did once try to prohibit tobacco

    19. They were all in Costa Rica hiding, she said, behind its laws that limit extradition to only the most serious of crimes and prohibit it if a death penalty awaits

    20. “Theodosius (I) was the first to prohibit the practice of the Pagan religion altogether, and he brought the Arian controversy to its final conclusion at the Second Ecumenical Council (Constantinople 381)…His grandson Theodosius II…brought together the Third Ecumenical Council (Ephesus 431), which anathematized Nestorius for separating the divine in Christ from the human…In 450 Pulcheria, sister of Theodosius…married Marcian…who made it his business to summon the Fourth Ecumenical Council (Chalcedon 451) and secure the condemnation of both Nestorius and the Monophysites, the latter of whom taught that there was only one nature in Christ—the divine

    21. The Constitution specifies that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibit the free exercise thereof

    22. They did not intend that the Amendment should prohibit separate schools for the two races

    23. It is such judicial decisions as these that violate the obvious and historically understood meaning of the establishment clause, not the acts these decisions prohibit

    24. “Well, you cannot be tried on a “Mens Rea” or guilty mind as your condition, once verified by Dr Hancox, would prohibit that

    25. There is the aim to prohibit private ownership of property, to abolish the traditional family, and to eradicate traditional religion

    26. that will prohibit any electronic devices from recording

    27. You will soon come to realize that it doesn’t prohibit you from eating any food that you choose, it only recommends that you make the best choice you can in most situations

    28. The EPA recently proposed to significantly restrict or prohibit mountaintop mining at the Spruce No

    29. liberty that the Constitution failed to prohibit

    30. Passed by voters in November, Amendment 2 would prohibit the state or

    31. the allegations of some opponents of this title, there is nothing in it that will give any power to the Civil Rights commission or to the court to require hiring, firing or promotion of employees, in order to meet a racial quota or to achieve a certain racial balance,” adding later, “in fact, the title would prohibit preferential treatment for any particular group

    32. We believe it is wrong that the enemies of the heavenly Majesty and of the Roman laws should become the executors of our laws, and that they, fortified by the authority of the acquired rank, should have power to judge or sentence Christians…as if they insult our faith…For the same reason we prohibit that any synagogue should arise as a new

    33. access to the Bible was to prohibit translations into the vernacular

    34. shall prohibit the commencement or continuation of the activity

    35. “It’s all part of a wider sinister plan of the monsters to prohibit Love on Earth,” said Ijyu, remembering some research he had conducted T H E L O V E S P I R I T S

    36. Then, with the absence of Love becoming the rule in practice and accepted as something normal, the monsters will take the final step of making laws to definitively prohibit love on Earth

    37. “Yes, it is evident that Evil intends to prohibit all Love

    38. from sexuality, we prohibit sexual incest but we end up being buried by our

    39. While prosecutors can charge someone with criminal harassment, victims of abuse or harassment may also petition the court for an order of protection or restraining order to prohibit someone from engaging in harassing behaviors

    40. In addition, some states have laws that prohibit vandalism to certain types of property, such as autos, churches, school property, and government facilities

    41. Moreover, some states have laws that prohibit specific acts of vandalism, such as breaking windows, graffiti, and using man-made substances to destroy property

    42. All states prohibit sexual assault, but the exact definitions of the crimes that fall within the category of sexual assault differ from state to state

    43. Change involves replacing the arrogant oedipal gaze with what Marilyn Frye has called the loving eye, which "does not prohibit a women's experiencing the world directly, does not force her to experience it by way of the

    44. They report aggressive native species that prohibit colonization

    45. • Article 249 and 250 prohibit incest and sex with others

    46. “Don’t you know that the laws of war prohibit the rape of enemy women?”

    47. By the way, do we rally need an escape key? If the screen is locked up, why is there no key to unlock it? If a PC has a mouse, does that prohibit elephants from using it? Why wasn’t cheese provided with the mouse? If my PC can crash a lot, should I buy collision insurance? When a computer program blows up, do I need to hire a new staff? You probably never considered any of this

    48. Present Army regulations still prohibit women from serving, except as nurses

    49. If they prohibit the use of unsolicited


    1. prohibited, and Tom now understood that this included the dragons

    2. religious zeal prohibited all interest

    3. The cultivation of tobacco has, upon this account, been most absurdly prohibited through the greater part of Europe, which necessarily gives a sort of monopoly to the countries where it is allowed ; and as Virginia and Maryland produce the greatest quantity of it, they share largely, though with some competitors, in the advantage of this monopoly

    4. In 1554, by the 1st and 2nd of Philip and Mary, and in 1558, by the 1st of Elizabeth, the exportation of wheat was in the same manner prohibited, whenever the price of the quarter should exceed six shillings and eightpence, which did not then contain two penny worth more silver than the same nominal sum does at present

    5. In 1699, accordingly, the further exportation of corn was prohibited for nine months

    6. But in France, till 1764, the exportation of grain was by law prohibited ; and it is somewhat difficult to suppose, that nearly the same diminution of price which took place in one country, notwithstanding this prohibition

    7. The exportation of raw hides has, indeed, been prohibited, and declared a nuisance; but their importation from foreign countries has been subjected to a duty ; and though this duty has been taken off from those of Ireland and the plantations (for the limited time of five years only), yet Ireland has not been confined to the market of Great Britain for the sale of its surplus hides, or of those which are not manufactured at home

    8. The value of the precious metals, however, must be lower in Spain and Portugal than in any other part of Europe, as they come from those countries to all other parts of Europe, loaded, not only with a freight and an insurance, but with the expense of smuggling, their exportation being either prohibited or subjected to a duty

    9. The same order of people are, by the same law, prohibited from wearing hose, of which the price should exceed fourteen-pence the pair, equal to about eight-and-twenty pence of our present money

    10. could be prohibited, but it was already too

    11. be prohibited in such domains

    12. In some countries the interest of money has been prohibited by law

    13. The importation of live cattle, except from Ireland, is prohibited at all times ; and it is but of late that it was permitted from thence

    14. Spain and Portugal, the proprietors of the principal mines which supply Europe with those metals, have either prohibited their exportation under the severest penalties, or subjected it to a considerable duty

    15. The variety of goods, of which the importation into Great Britain is prohibited, either absolutely, or under certain circumstances, greatly exceeds what can easily be suspected by those who are not well acquainted with the laws of the customs

    16. Drug use was strictly prohibited in his organization, and those who were caught doing it were banned from Code Sanguinary

    17. Upon his refusing to moderate them in favour of the Dutch, they, in 1671, prohibited the importation of the wines, brandies, and manufactures of France

    18. In 1697, the Ehglish prohibited the importation of bone lace, the manufacture of Flanders

    19. The government of that country, at that time under the dominion of Spain, prohibited, in return, the importation of English woollens

    20. Thus, in Great Britain, Silesia lawns may be imported for home consumption, upon paying certain duties; but French cambrics and lawns are prohibited to be imported, except into the port of London, there to be warehoused for exportation

    21. Some goods, the particular objects of the jealousy of our own manufacturers, are prohibited to be imported for home consumption

    22. On the contrary, it, in many cases, prohibited the manufacturer from exercising the trade of a shopkeeper, or from selling his own goods by retail

    23. What the manufacturer was prohibited to do, the farmer was in some measure enjoined to do ; to divide his capital between two different employments; to keep one part of it in his granaries and stack-yard, for supplying the occasional demands of the market, and to employ the other in the cultivation of his land

    24. The law which prohibited the manufacturer from exercising the trade of a shopkeeper, endeavoured to force this division in the employment of stock to go on faster than it might otherwise have done

    25. If importation was at all times free, our farmers and country gentlemen would probably, one year with another, get less money for their corn than they do at present, when importation is at most times in effect prohibited ; but the money which they got would be of more value, would buy more goods of all other kinds, and would employ more labour

    26. Malt is prohibited by the annual malt-tax bill

    27. The price at which exportation of corn is prohibited, if it is ever to be prohibited, ought always to be a very high price

    28. The carrying trade was in effect prohibited in Great Britain, upon all ordinary occasions, by the high duties upon the importation of foreign corn, of the greater part of which there was no drawback; and upon extraordinary occasions, when a scarcity made it necessary to suspend those duties by temporary statutes, exportation was always prohibited

    29. By this system of laws, therefore, the carrying trade was in effect prohibited

    30. By the same law, too, the exportation of wheat is prohibited so soon as the price rises to forty-four shillings the quarter; that of rye so soon as it rises to twenty-eight shillings; that of barley so soon as it rises to twenty-two shillings ; and that of oats so soon as they rise to fourteen shillings

    31. His sacred royal majesty of Portugal promises, both in his own name and that of his successors, to admit for ever hereafter, into Portugal, the woollen cloths, and the rest of the woollen manufactures of the British, as was accustomed, till they were prohibited by the law ; nevertheless upon this condition :

    32. Every European nation has endeavoured, more or less, to monopolize to itself the commerce of its colonies, and, upon that account, has prohibited the ships of foreign nations from trading to them, and has prohibited them from importing European goods from any foreign nation

    33. It was probably not so much from any regard to the interest of America, as from a jealousy of this interference, that those important commodities have not only been kept out of the enumeration, but that the importation into Great Britain of all grain, except rice, and of all salt provisions, has, in the ordinary state of the law, been prohibited

    34. Though they had not, therefore, been prohibited from establishing such manufactures, yet, in their present state of improvement, a regard to their own interest would probably have prevented them from doing so

    35. But if, by an order from Europe, they are prohibited from doing this, they will, notwithstanding, endeavour to establish a monopoly of the same kind secretly and indirectly, in a way that is much more destructive to the country

    36. Such importation, therefore, instead of being encouraged, has frequently been prohibited

    37. Thus the importation of wool cards, except from Ireland, or when brought in as wreck or prize goods, was prohibited by the 3rd of Edward IV

    38. chap, 7, the exportation, not only of raw hides, but of tanned leather, except in the shape of boots, shoes, or slippers, was prohibited ; and the law gave a monopoly to our boot-makers and shoe-makers, not only against our graziers, but against our tanners

    39. Woollen yarn and worsted are prohibited to be exported, under the same penalties as wool even white cloths we subject to a duty upon exportation; and our dyers have so far obtained a monopoly against our clothiers

    40. Watch-cases, clock-cases, and dial-plates for clocks and watches, have been prohibited to be exported

    41. The exportation of the materials of manufacture, where it is not altogether prohibited, is, in many cases, subjected to considerable duties

    42. In order to render provisions cheap to the inhabitants of the towns, and thereby to encourage manufactures and foreign commerce, he prohibited altogether the exportation of corn, and thus excluded the inhabitants of the country from every foreign market, for by far the most important part of the produce of their industry

    43. In several of the ancient states of Greece, foreign trade was prohibited altogether; and in several others, the employments of artificers and manufacturers were considered as hurtful to the strength and agility of the human body, as rendering it incapable of those habits which their military and gymnastic exercises endeavoured to form in it, and as thereby disqualifying it, more or less, for undergoing the fatigues and encountering the dangers of war

    44. Such occupations were considered as fit only for slaves, and the free citizens of the states were prohibited from exercising them

    45. Where the fees of court are precisely regulated and ascertained where they are paid all at once, at a certain period of every process, into the hands of a cashier or receiver, to be by him distributed in certain known proportions among the different judges after the process is decided and not till it is decided ; there seems to be no more danger of corruption than when such fees are prohibited altogether

    46. 18, reducing the fine for admission to twenty pounds for all persons, without any distinction of ages, or any restriction, either to mere merchants, or to the freemen of London; and granting to all such persons the liberty of exporting, from all the ports of Great Britain, to any port in Turkey, all British goods, of which the exportation was not prohibited, upon paying both the general duties of customs, and the particular duties assessed for defraying the necessary expenses of the company ; and submitting, at the same time, to the lawful authority of the British ambassador and consuls resident in Turkey, and to the bye-laws of the company duly enacted

    47. The company is prohibited from trading in their corporate capacity, or upon a joint stock ; from borrowing money upon common seal, or from laying any restraints upon the trade, which may be carried on freely from all places, and by all persons being British subjects, and paying the fine

    48. In other universities, the teacher is prohibited from receiving any honorary or fee from his pupils, and his salary constitutes the whole of the revenue which he derives from his office

    49. The exportation of the materials of home produce, and of those which are the particular produce of our colonies, has sometimes been prohibited, and sometimes subjected to higher duties

    50. The exportation of English wool has been prohibited

    1. In 1731, they obtained an order of council, prohibiting both the planting of new vineyards, and the renewal of these old ones, of which the cultivation had been interrupted for two years, without a particular permission from the king, to be granted only in consequence of an information from the intendant of the province, certifying that he had examined the land, and that it was incapable of any other culture

    2. It is the highest impertinence and presumption, therefore, in kings and ministers to pretend to watch over the economy of private people, and to restrain their expense, either by sumptuary laws, or by prohibiting the importation of foreign luxuries

    3. Spain by taxing, and Portugal by prohibiting, the exportation of gold and silver, load that exportation with the expense of smuggling, and raise the value of those metals in other countries so much more above what it is in their own, by the whole amount of this expense

    4. The temporary laws, prohibiting, for a limited time, the exportation of corn, and taking off, for a limited time, the duties upon its importation, expedients to which Great Britain has been obliged so frequently to have recourse, sufficiently demonstrate the impropriety of her general system

    5. Those several prices seem all of them a good deal too low; and there seems to be an impropriety, besides, in prohibiting exportation altogether at those precise prices at which that bounty, which was given in order to force it, is withdrawn

    6. But about the beginning of the present century, in 1703, the pitch and tar company of Sweden endeavoured to raise the price of their commodities to Great Britain, by prohibiting their exportation, except in their own ships, at their own price, and in such quantities as they thought proper

    7. If they are suffered to act as they could wish, they will establish this monopoly openly and directly, by fairly prohibiting all other people from trading in the articles in which they choose to deal; and this, perhaps, is the best and least oppressive way of establishing it

    8. The clause means what it says, which is that Congress, and by extension the other branches of the National Government, shall do absolutely nothing either pro or con a religion, nor prohibiting the free exercise of religion

    9. The decision forbade the state of Maryland from taxing the Bank of the United States, thereby prohibiting any state from taxing a federal entity, for „The power to tax is the power to destroy

    10. There is a wall of separation between church and state, even to the extent of prohibiting students from engaging in silent prayer prior to their high school football games

    11. Specious arguments advanced by women affirming their (legal) right to have an abortion on the (plausible) assumption that it is their body to do with as they please is arguable from the standpoint that a woman, or a man for that matter, is at liberty to jump off a bridge if she or he is so inclined (laws prohibiting suicide notwithstanding) provided that such quizzical decisions are of consequence to themselves, only

    12. She received this summons for violating a city ordinance prohibiting parked vehicles within 30 feet from a corner stop sign or approximately four (4) car lengths from that corner

    13. What: The passage of the Act Prohibiting the Importation of Slaves in 1807, proposed and championed by Jefferson

    14. The thoughts came, ”Fear is prohibiting you from moving

    15. LAW respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the

    16. that there was no law prohibiting him from parking his big old truck in front of my business

    17. Shridharani was one of the followers of Gāndhi who marched from Amdavad to Dāndi in 1930 to protest against the British law prohibiting Indians from making their own salt

    18. Under these circumstances, the United Nations discussed and passed a ‘Global Arms Treaty’ prohibiting nations from exporting weapons that could be used for genocide, terrorism, or crimes against humanity

    19. of which are negative (prohibiting injury to others, untruth, theft,

    20. States typically accomplished this in one of three ways: by removing the specific exemption for spousal assaults that existed in many sexual assault laws; by removing marriage as a defense to the sexual assault charge; or by creating a separate law prohibiting sexual assault on a spouse

    21. the law prohibiting the sharing of copies with your friend the


    23. town by-law prohibiting the hunting, trapping, or intimidation

    24. The most logical solution is to simply remove the motive of greed by prohibiting the sale of dogs and cats

    25. Different examples could be cited out ranging out from those kinds of `health and safety` regulations that some of them might have elapsed, along with some crazy notices that are prohibiting us from feeding pigeons that are 60

    26. Different examples could be cited out ranging out from those kinds of `health and safety` regulations that some of them might have elapsed, along with some crazy notices that are prohibiting us from feeding pigeons that are starving in urban towns

    27. body, prohibiting excess clotting in the blood, and reducing the risk of obesity by stimulating a hormone called leptin, which helps regulate metabolism and body weight

    28. Shourie’s book enumerates several illogical and regressive fatwas (though he has also ridiculed several fatwas, which may not be considered regressive by believers of any faith, such as those enumerated in pages 673 to 677 (which are about whether it’s appropriate to cut nails on a certain day or travel on a certain day, and by the way, as Shourie himself mentions, there are ulema (Muslim clerics) who themselves branded most of such queries to be baseless in the light of Islam, but there are indeed Hindus with such beliefs too), among several others mentioned in the book, and certain fatwas he has highlighted are based on the clergy’s own cultural notions – for instance, there is nothing in the Islamic texts prohibiting celebrating birthdays, but since Prophet Muhammad did not do so, a cleric has dismissed it as a European practice antithetical to Islam, though having said that, very many Muslims enjoy celebrating their birthdays, and different clerics also have different perspectives!), and though he acknowledges the existence of progressive clerics, he contends, like that apostate of Islam, that the latter are the ones who are not correctly interpreting Islam, while the regressive folk are

    29. For that, they turned away from their Provider and became neither commanding good nor prohibiting wrong and that was the greatest loss to them in this world and in the hereafter

    30. The many teams of religion, race, class, occupation, sports affiliation, and familial obligation inhibit us from not conceiving of ourselves as one of US, thus prohibiting the isolated self from being enlightened by the inclusive, without exception, Universal All

    31. When the crowd's field is controlled and determined by a cultural gravity prohibiting field-liberating ideas, movements, or emergences, which is opposed to the crowd's own desire, intention or act, then crowds, as forces systemizing into cultures, can only overcome the systems they are a part of by ceasing to create and maintain the near inescapable gravity of the culture benefiting from their suppression and chosen complicity

    32. From special diets that are more expensive and nutritious than fifty percent of the world's population, from toys researched, designed and marketed to your beloved pet of choice, to custom made homes for creatures equipped to enjoy the outdoors, pet collectors are private zoo owners stealing resources from and prohibiting resourcing to a dying world in vainglorious attempts to raise the perfect species of hybrid dependent pets that give back nothing, but a beg, whine and plea for the owner's insatiable ego of being needed

    33. Too many laws, too many limitations upon freedom, constrains fluctuations, thus prohibiting any variable mutations that might threaten the static stasis of the nism

    34. In this way all messiahs are claiming that their instinct is that the culture is prohibiting transcendence

    35. "Now don't tell me about them, because I don't want to know," the old lady quickly intervened, holding up a prohibiting hand

    36. g Reserve Bank of India, RBI) may have issued a directive prohibiting

    37. haven't even talked yet about them prohibiting use of

    38. Government that they had signed years before prohibiting them from exporting

    39. For example, we will not find in the Bible any specific moral codes prohibiting slavery, which the so-called ‘developing’ and ‘civilized’ world has unfortunately encouraged over the last few hundred years

    40. Petitioners further demand that this Court issue preliminary and permanent injunctions prohibiting the United States from further holding said Petitioners in custody

    41. A notable exception was the North Vietnamese, whose torture of captured American flyers was the primary motivator, thirty years later, for some of those pilots who were elected to Congress to enact strict legislation prohibiting torture by Americans

    42. Letters were sent to all Jews who held pilot’s licenses, revoking their licenses and prohibiting them from flying

    43. This inappropriate extension of the concept of separation between church and state is in fact in direct opposition to the portion of the First Amendment that says Congress can make no law “prohibiting the free exercise thereof

    44. Already the signs prohibiting Jews from entering public facilities had been taken down and stored for later use

    45. “What ye say,” said I to Mr Scudmyloof when he told me the news, “is very alarming, very much so indeed; but as there is no law yet actually and peremptorily prohibiting the sending forth of newspapers, I doubt it will not be in my power to interfere

    46. This is undoubtedly sound law, but the inherent objections to the non-cumulative provision are so great (chiefly because of the opportunity it affords for unfair policies by the directors) that it would seem to be advisable for the legislatures of the several states to put the New Jersey decision into statutory effect by prohibiting the creation of completely noncumulative preferred stocks, requiring them to be made cumulative at least to the extent that the dividend is earned

    47. Among former examples may be cited American Machine and Foundry 6s, due 1939, which had a twofold provision: the first prohibiting dividends unless net current assets equal 150% of the outstanding bond issue, and the second requiring unconditionally that the net current assets be maintained at 100% of the face value of outstanding bonds

    48. 15, 1933, by a provision in the indenture for that issue prohibiting the exercise of the company’s option in case dividends on the $5

    49. All members on his site are subject to the same rigors of real-life mutual fund managers, including liquidity rules and limits prohibiting one position from representing more than 25 percent of assets

    50. He had always opposed shooting at them from the ship, which was the custom despite the laws prohibiting it

    1. In verses 34' 35, he prohibits women (likely, the wives of the prophets for in the Greek the

    2. The masters, being fewer in number, can combine much more easily: and the law, besides, authorises, or at least does not prohibit, their combinations, while it prohibits those of the workmen

    3. When the law prohibits interest altogether, it does not prevent it

    4. other religions, prohibits it

    5. city of Duluth prohibits its citizens to build a heaven on

    6. She prohibits the exportation from one province to another by water, and even the canriage by land upon horseback, or in a cart, of hats, of wools, and woollen goods, of the produce of America; a regulation which effectually prevents the

    7. Portugal does not content herself with imposing higher duties upon the importation of tobacco from any other country, but prohibits it under the severest penalties

    8. The ancient Egyptians had a superstitious aversion to the sea; and as the Gentoo religion does not permit its followers to light a fire, nor consequently to dress any victuals, upon the water, it, in effect, prohibits them from all distant sea voyages

    9. Recognizing that federal law prohibits the CIA from operating on American territory, that law does not prevent intelligence sharing between federal agencies

    10. Why, pray tell, are they displayed in the chambers of the United States Supreme Court but, judicial decision after decision, prohibits them from being displayed, even in a state Supreme Court? This, while the residents of Boulder, Colorado, home of the University of Colorado, are treated with ceramic displays of phalluses

    11. Not only has the Japanese government and military not committed anything close to its prior atrocities, the nation's constitution strictly prohibits wars of aggression

    12. do that) in which he indicated he would ignore the part of that act which prohibits funds to pay for four

    13. Moreover, at some point the Holy Spirit explicitly prohibits the apostles to go to Asia

    14. Everything always occurs with intermediation of Bank3Sector whose Social Statute prohibits any draft type in physical money or any contract of services that it incurs in cash payment

    15. The London Convention that prohibits the dumping of nuclear material into the oceans

    16. What it prohibits is the establishment by Congress of a single nation wide religion sponsored, subsidized, or enforced by law

    17. The First Amendment not only prohibits the establishment of a state religion, Black wrote, but also does much more

    18. The spell prohibits them from leaving

    19. It is scary to think that he might have some, otherwise, minor problem but his lack of communication prohibits him from telling you

    20. The folks who perpetrate acts of violence against the rest of us have somehow found a way around that internal censor that prohibits the rest of us from doing what these characters do

    21. The federal statute outlawing sexual assault tracks the general principles of sexual assault discussed above, and prohibits any sexual act that occurs as a result of the actor threatening or placing the victim in fear

    22. It also prohibits sexual acts occurring when the victim is incapacitated

    23. stipulates hunting and non-hunting seasons, prohibits the

    24. of this settlement prohibits the details of the case from being

    25. Without a passport, and the fact that Saudi Law prohibits

    26. prohibits other forms of sexual harassment

    27. column or combination of columns and prohibits

    28. The credit offer opt out immediately prohibits

    29. Excessive pride prohibits acceptance because it prohibits the truth, and the truth is that some things

    30. prohibits you from terminating that life form

    31. adopt the AN Constitution, which prohibits freedom of speech and religion as

    32. “I wanted to visit you, but the security where you are prohibits that, so they gave me this phone number

    33. Why, Islam that prohibits drink to the believers yet inebriates them with a heady mix of religious indoctrination; how would the Mohammedan Decommissioned Adult know that while the alcoholic inebriation brings the drunken back into normality in time, the Islamic elixir would keep the believer inebriated forever!

    34. In Singapore, the mass transit line prohibits, by law, passengers boarding with a durian in their possession

    35. In fact, God shall never be pleased with the wrongdoer and he shall never enter the Paradise because he doesn’t do good deeds as he prohibits himself “his heart” from the real life got through prayer from Al’lah’s light, so he kills himself “his heart” without prayer

    36. Under whose authority, pray tell, do you operate? This forest is public property and I know of no law that prohibits the citizens of Loudun access to public property

    37. The holy Prophet (cpth) prohibits man totally from saying things that are not true

    38. To defend a single good against all others prohibits the collective good from emerging

    39. But the ownership of marriage prohibits change, because it limits what transformations, and hence transcendences, are possible

    40. Locking people into shame prohibits transformation

    41. “The not-now is that which prohibits measurement

    42. Awareness is a mension and nothing prohibits mensionalization: it can be mensioned, i

    43. Adherents to Shariah insist that their law prohibits any slander against Islam or Muhammad

    44. Money does not enable us to give, it prohibits us from sharing

    45. You can use your Bitemecoin to get around Paypal, the Banks and traced purchases, but what do you use to get around money – the creation of a surplus power to purchase at the expense of other's loss? Any alternative currency, be it virtual or barter, which ultimately limits, inhibits or prohibits the ability to give and receive cash anonymously, is a direct attack upon giving to the poor, to those without access to virtual exchanges and online purchases

    46. There is either a commons of peace so strong that it permits freedom of thought and lifestyle, or there is an oppressive uniformity so suffocating that it prohibits self-creation and social evolution

    47. bound by any client confidentiality that prohibits disclosure of the client details, to

    48. "Whoever loves (someone) for Allah's sake, hates for Allah's sake, gives for Allah's sake and prohibits for Allah's sake, he is a perfect believer

    49. The hormone that you develop usually prohibits a proper speed… for the

    50. then he prohibits himself to express his emotions through the eyes

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    Synonyms for "prohibit"

    disallow forbid interdict nix prohibit proscribe veto impede obstruct inhibit preclude restrain prevent bar halt enjoin

    "prohibit" definitions

    command against