Watson made up his mind that it was a form of gambling, forbade
the game, and confiscated all the nibs in the boys' possession.
He was visibly affected in a way that forbade
me to entertain a doubt of his sincerity.
She might recover from these horrors so far as to be restored to her former health, her tranquillity, her cheerfulness even - but never to those feelings which would appear to her, henceforth, as a fleeting fancy, a vain, illusive dream; especially as there was no one to remind her of my existence - no means of assuring her of my fervent constancy, now that we were so far apart, and delicacy forbade
me to see her or to write to her, for months to come at least.
However, the Supreme Court unanimously reversed that decision in 1995, saying that the First Amendment forbade
government from forcing the veterans to give a place to the gay/lesbian marchers (Hurley v.
In the 1985 court case in Toronto, the judge forbade
one of three accused to use the term "abortuary" as inflammatory and not in the dictionary.
Midway into the NIH investigation, the agency forbade
Gallo from further collaborations with Zagury.
On August 3, 2001, the Finnish Competition Authority approved the transaction on certain conditions, but on December 20, 2001, the Competition Council forbade
The Census Bureau said the problems that occurred in 1990 might get worse if Congress, as it has threatened, forbade
the bureau to supplement its count with estimates based on samples of the population.
In its effort to implement Islamic law and to fight evil things, it is completely forbidden to sell cigarettes and nargileh anywhere," it said, citing the jihadists who also forbade
"smoking in public".
King Zedekiah forbade
discouraging talk about the city of Jerusalem under siege by the Babylonians, and we can be sure that Jesus' talk of destruction was forbidden by the chief priests and scribes.
the Defense Department from spending any portion of its $369 billion budget on the TIA program, despite a request from the Bush administration to keep development efforts intact.
The Davey case will be heard four decades after the Court forbade
organized prayer and mandatory Bible reading in public schools, practices that had been widespread.