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    1. Should the sovereign have the imprudence to appear either to deride, or doubt himself of the most trifling part of their doctrine, or from humanity, attempt to protect those who did either the one or the other, the punctilious honour of a clergy, who have no sort of dependency upon him, is immediately provoked to proscribe him as a profane person, and to employ all the terrors of religion, in order to oblige the people to transfer their allegiance to some more orthodox and obedient prince

    2. to withdraw the citizens of the United States from all further participation in those violations of human rights which have been so long continued on the unoffending inhabitants of Africa, and which the morality, the reputation, and the best interests of our country, have long been eager to proscribe

    3. But Jesus said nothing which would proscribe self-analysis as a prevention of conceited egotism

    4. Since laws proscribe all permitted behavior, no one should live a life they might be ashamed of if recorded and publicly broadcasted

    5. Shipra felt some suffocation in side so wanted to object her but Rajan prevented her doing so saying that it was her personal life and we couldn’t proscribe anybody

    6. It seems that we must always have something to proscribe! Does it serve any purpose to ungild the crown of Louis XIV

    1. "I guess just because it's proscribed by the church," he said

    2. customs duty, but there was a lengthy list of proscribed goods

    3. otherwise proscribed items could be moved between the worlds

    4. The wearing of sandals has been proscribed on firm religious grounds

    5. the Academy they had always proscribed such a procedure, since phase-shifting in the presence of a

    6. thought a valid precaution—though making a jump like this with active munitions was proscribed

    7. “It’s proscribed procedure in the manuals

    8. A forbidden kind of pleasure was mixed with the dread of proscribed contact

    9. Nezahualcoyotl, needless to say, was never suspected of having any part in the revolt, but his son was duly condemned and executed by the proscribed method for the ruling classes of Anahuac, strangling

    10. ‘Building regulations; proscribed behaviours; rules about where you may do things and where not; permits to do almost everything; dependence on strangers for life’s basic necessities; accepting the pollution of earth, water and air; constant noise; sacrificing half your earnings to the rulers…’

    11. that God had in the past proscribed,

    12. all of which God had proscribed

    13. ‘Fellow delegates, we have all become very familiar with the global situation and the necessary action to be taken, as proscribed in the document that lay in front of you

    14. particular industry and can be increased or decreased within the limitations proscribed by

    15. ” The dream wanted me to understand she was acting out her death in a proscribed manner—that something archetypal, something much larger

    16. The perpetual stress of constant scrutiny habituates our lives into the proscribed crouch molded by inspection

    17. influenced media PTSD-bullies its viewers to proscribed action by taunting the screeners with their inability to effect change

    18. Ethic is a choice to pursue the recreation of an existential immanence of a particular emotion or the feeling of 'It is good to be alive' through proscribed acts, or, visa versa, the attempt to cultivate a desired, but not yet experienced, feeling through the repetition of acts that are purported to produce those emotions

    19. What is freedom without a will to act on choices given, perceived or invented? Freedom to act implies choices, and not simply proscribed choices, but any actionable choice

    20. Any acquired personal transformation is facilitated through internalization, integration, absorption and synthesis of the existence of the desirable higher transcendent qualities created and intended for humans, including the virtues of love, joy, peace, patience, tolerance, kindness, compassion, reconciliation and gentleness as proscribed throughout the gospels, such as, Galatians Chapter 5 Verses 22-23, (which can also be written as Galatians 5:22-23)

    21. It was disconcerting, for I was far over the proscribed gear change speed and thought the engine might blow up

    22. "that, after all our sympathy for Monsieur her father, and herself, her husband's name should be proscribed under your hand at this moment, by the side of that infernal dog's who has just left us?"

    23. "Why, my dear boy, when a man has been proscribed by the mountaineers, has escaped from Paris in a hay-cart, been hunted over the plains of Bordeaux by Robespierre's bloodhounds, he becomes accustomed to most things

    24. But in a fatal moment, yielding to those propensities and passions, the indulgence of which had so long rendered him a scourge to society, he had quitted his haven of rest and repentance, and had come back to the country where he was proscribed

    25. Having aroused the enmity of the Sultan, he was proscribed and put to death by treachery in 1822, at the age of eighty

    26. The Sala of the Provincial Assembly (in the Municipal Buildings of Sulaco), with its portraits of the Liberators on the walls and an old flag of Cortez preserved in a glass case above the President's chair, had heard all these speeches—the early one containing the impassioned declaration "Militarism is the enemy," the famous one of the "trembling balance" delivered on the occasion of the vote for the raising of a second Sulaco regiment in the defence of the reforming Government; and when the provinces again displayed their old flags (proscribed in Guzman Bento's time) there was another of those great orations, when Don Jose greeted these old emblems of the war of Independence, brought out again in the name of new Ideals

    27. Gender discrimination, something that was only proscribed by law in one-fifth of the states, is now banned in all fifty states

    28. The ability to sell IPOs can be vigorously proscribed at times (as was the case from 1991 to 1993, in the fall of 1998 and in 2008–2009), although as is pointed out in Chapter 14’s discussion of promoters’ and professionals’ compensations, the financial community has a vested interest in encouraging IPOs

    29. , insurance or banking), cash payments by the subsidiaries to the parent may be vigorously proscribed

    30. After which, I was hunted down, pursued, persecuted, blackened, jeered at, scorned, cursed, proscribed

    31. He had been proscribed, a wanderer, poor

    1. What an irony, the custom that prescribes alliances between blood relations proscribes sagothra marriages! What’s a gothram, after all? If anything, isn’t it a vague concept at its very best, based as it were on the precept of lineage of all

    2. It is society, as embodied in their laws, which defines moral value and proscribes right behavior

    1. "I am surprised that in our days, in this century of enlightenment, anyone should still persist in proscribing an intellectual relaxation that is inoffensive, moralising, and sometimes even hygienic; is it not, doctor?"

    2. In proscribing them, however, he is not singular; all professional athletes are well aware that a man who is to be in good condition should take nothing of the kind

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    Synonyms for "proscribe"

    disallow forbid interdict nix prohibit proscribe veto condemn outlaw ostracise ostracize

    "proscribe" definitions

    command against