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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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If he rules the ban constitutional, Planned Parenthood will appeal to the full Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
HCI endorses a ban only on short-barrelledhandguns (the preferred weapon of criminals).
Jordan, a geophysicist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and chair of the DOD Technical Review Panel on Nuclear Test Ban Verification, summarized the panel's findings: "Although serious problems have been identified in the procedures currently employed to determine yield from M.
I regard a ban on reproductive cloning to be analogous to current legislation banning incest, which is based on a similar mix of safety and ethical considerations.
One of the toddlers was handed a five-day ban for failing to follow safety instructions.
Instead of using the documentary to educate the public, the country bans it.
Another branch of the literature on smoking bans focuses on the introduction of bans in the workplace.
A spokesperson for the Dolgellau Pubwatch said: "Two Dolgellau persons are on a lifetime ban and five are on a five-year ban.
Our analysis, although focused on restaurant bans and sales, has implications for the more extensive literature on how smoking bans influence smoking behavior.
Naturally, the new trans-fat ban is meant to undo previous interventions by busybodies to regulate what we eat.
One month after the ban took effect, only 41 had such symptoms, and that number decreased slightly more in the next month, the researchers report in the Oct.
We're talking about language that very clearly bans civil unions and very broadly will ban anything and everything that would be a way for couples to protect each other," says Leslie Shear, a law professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and co-chair of the school's Family Law Project.
The agency wants to hold all parties equally accountable for complying with the bans, Golledge remarks, because throwing recyclables away puts a strain on the state's already limited disposal capacity and also hurts manufacturers that rely on recycled feedstock.
The Marriage Protection Act passes 233-194 and strips courts of their jurisdiction to rule on challenges to state bans on gay marriage under the 1996 federal Defense of Marriage Act.