bar from (something or some place)

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bar from (something or some place)

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 a fight there. I bar you from every coming in here again.
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bar someone from some place

to prevent someone from entering some place. Please don't bar me from the movie theater. I will be quiet from now on. They were barred from the concert for smoking.
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French women had never officially been barred from academic study and degrees, though only in the 1860s did they attempt to gain accss to the baccalaureat and university faculties.
Three years later, Florentine Neuhaus (Rickmers) did receive provisional permission to begin work as a trainee while still being barred from the second examination.
Kelly Weisberg, "Barred from the Bar: Women and Legal Education in the United States, 1870-1890," Journal of Legal Education 28 (1977): 488.
Publicity for the case led to a second lawsuit a month later by a group of women alleging that in three separate incidents they were barred from entering the club or were asked to leave because they were perceived to be part of bachelorette parties, According to court documents, in one instance a woman alleged that she was told, "You are not gay enough.