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ban from

To prohibit someone from ever returning to something or some place. My rude comments got me banned from that website. My friends and I were banned from that restaurant after we started a food fight there.

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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The official said that besides the senior officials, scores of tribal elders and notables of the agency also attended the meeting in which they termed the ban on motorcycle riding imperative to ensure peaceful environment in the region.
There were 13 permanent bans handed out, including a child of around seven in RCT for physical assault and another of around 10 for sexual behaviour.
First, what will the ban do in respect to the banned behaviour?
It is pertinent to mention here that the JI had filed a petition in court against pillion riding ban and also demanded of the Sindh Chief Minister to lift the ban immediately.
We are interested in evaluating the correlation between the presence of a smoking ban and the prevalence of each smoking behavior.
The whole idea of imposing bans was to ensure that there was no violence in licensed premises either against the licence holder, staff or indeed other customers.
That an improvement in restaurant performance should follow a smoking ban may appear, at first blush, puzzling--why would forcing restaurants to do something that they could do voluntarily increase their revenues and/or reduce their costs?
Seeking to emulate the Big Apple, several other cities are contemplating their own bans on trans fats--never mind what the consumers may want or whether the alternatives are more expensive.
Affirmative action proponents have already challenged the ban as unlawful and say they will do so in other states that may consider a similar ban in the future.
Stephen Bailey (41), sheet metal worker from Velerie Grove, Gt Barr - nine months jail and seven year ban.
City spokeswoman Gail Ortiz said the ban was proposed in line with the Health Santa Clarita campaign.
The researchers met each participant 1 month before the ban on smoking began in late March.
Something would have to give--either the market for fines had to be fixed so the recyclers could operate, or the ban would not come to pass.
This fall, voters in Wisconsin and at least five other states will weigh in on whether to ban same-sex marriage within their borders.
More recently, BAN explored Africa's e-waste problem, and described its findings in an October 2005 report titled The Digital Dump: Exporting Re-use and Abuse to Africa.