ban from

ban someone from something

1. to prohibit someone from doing something. We banned everyone from smoking. Everyone has been banned from smoking.
2. to prohibit someone from entering something or some place. (The same as bar someone from some place.) They banned us from the building. The manager banned the children from the theater.
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In the same month, the Princess of Wales called for a total ban from an Angolan minefield.
Yet when I attended the Tokyo Conference in March 1997, I was dismayed that the government had dropped a total ban from the agenda.
RADAR) today filed a petition with the federal agency, seeking to keep the proposed ban from going into effect.