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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Although a pleasant coffee flavor (the bars are made with real Caribou coffee) enhances the bars from General Mills (a definite plus), many tasters found them overly sweet.
Increasing the percentage of households that consume cereal bars from its current 55% level