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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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But in certain cases, players can be banned from the chat feature for up to one month.
A PUPIL aged just three years old was among more than 600 South Wales pupils banned from school buses for bad behaviour over the past five years.
TWO three-year-olds were among more than 1,000 pupils banned from school buses in Wales for bad behaviour over the past five years.
The debtor is now banned from leaving, banned from working and therefore effectively banned from repaying the debt back to the creditor.
In wilayat Wadi Bani Khalid, expatriates are banned from running female salons, selling leather products, sport items, clothes, gift items, children toys, abayas, accessories and cosmetics.
Gulf News took to the streets and asked a cross-section of residents for their take on the ban on smoking in public places and whether they thought people should be banned from smoking in their cars.
Officials from the Barmouth Pubwatch Group were invited to a meeting of their counterparts in Dolgellau and it was agreed that 35 people banned in Dolgellau will also be banned from bars in Barmouth.
Company boss Darron Brough, aged 41, from Walsall Wood Road, Aldridge, was sentenced to 15 months in jail and was banned from football matches for seven years for his part in a brawl following a West Bromwich Albion and Aston Villa match in 2004.
One of the most prominent and well known governmental regulations that virtually mandates C&D recycling is the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protections (DEP) requirement that all concrete, asphalt, wood, metals and old corrugated containers (OCC) generated in the state be banned from disposal in landfills.
In Japan, liquids and gels were banned from carry-on bags for passengers taking flights on US airlines or flights bound for the United States, a spokesman for Tokyo's Narita International Airport said.
Those caught sending dangerous items, such as radioactive medical waste and blood, would be banned from dumping in Michigan for a year.
"Soda should be banned from schools," she says, "because it has [a lot] of calories and lots of sugar."
Perhaps matches should be banned from godly prelates and civic officials rather than books from the people.
Banned from the Morrisville, Pa., Borough high school English curriculum (1994) after complaints about its sexual content and objectionable language.
The Anglican bishop of Harare, Nolbert Kunonga, is now on a list of Zimbabweans banned from the United States.