bar from

bar from

To prohibit someone from a certain place or thing. My rude comments got me barred from that website. My friends and I were barred from that restaurant after we got into fight there. I bar you from every coming in here again.
See also: bar
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The city obtained a permanent injunction preventing JB's Bar from reopening at its location at 35th Street East and Palmdale Boulevard, city attorneys said.
The city filed a lawsuit last year to force the closure of the bar, asking the court to declare the business a public nuisance and to prohibit the bar from operating without city permits.
Top-Filled--A standard conical pouring cup was placed onto a 25 x 25 mm square section top runner bar from which six test bars were suspended (Fig.
95, Jossey-Bass/An Imprint of Wiley) chronicles the remarkable rise of Clif Bar from a homemade energy bar to a $100 million dollar business that was four times named one of the nation's fastest-growing private companies by Inc.
The city is asking a Palmdale Superior Court judge to declare JB's Bar at Palmdale Boulevard and 35th Street East a public nuisance and to prohibit the bar from operating without city permits, which the City Council voted last spring to deny.
One test bar from the keel block passed, but how sure are you that the other bars will pass when the customer pulls them?