Proscribe Definition

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1. After which, I was hunted down, pursued, persecuted, blackened, jeered at, scorned, cursed, proscribed. 1
2. Any such engines configured for use in this missile system would also be proscribed. 1
3. Backyard barbecue grills could be proscribed. 1
4. Because "the Koran" and the Hadith of the legislative principle is: where are the harmful illegal and that in the physical and mental health of disadvantaged people are proscribed. 1
5. Both U (universal film ratings proscribe "potentially dangerous behaviour which young children are likely to copy". This includes drug misuse but not cigarette smoking. 1
6. But these Acts do not proscribe activities, they simply provide for investigation in appropriate cases. 1
7. Congar had in point of fact expressed himself cautiously enough, yet several of his books were proscribed. 1
8. Convictions concerning the uniqueness or sanctity of human life, whether based on intuition, logic, or divine revelation, proscribe war. 1
9. Diathermy may be proscribed for arthritis, bursitis, and other conditions requiring heat treatment. 1
10. Even the space inside the narrow arenas is narrowly proscribed, especially for singers. 1
11. Have I violated some proscribed waiting period? 1
12. Here , too , were many of that old, proscribed, nameless, red - handed clan of the Macgregors. 1
13. I neither prescribe nor proscribe alcohol, but if you're going to drink, have no more than one or two four-ounce glasses of wine, one or two beers, or one or two ounces of liquor. 1
14. In earlier days, the church proscribed dancing and cardplaying. 1
15. In some cultures surgery is proscribed. 1
16. In the history of science development all kinds of work based on the pragmatic spirit supply the cognitive base, produce scientific problems and proscribe research methods for science. 1
17. It prescribes and proscribes the behavior and even the thoughts of its population in virtually every domain of existence. 1
18. It should be remembered, however, that Gaelic was proscribed by the authorities for many years. 1
19. Leviticus 20:13 that proscribes the death penalty for same-sex relations is quite related to codes that condemn bestiality, invoke dietary restrictions, and order the wearing of certain fibers. 1
20. Listing 2 is a modification of Listing 1 illustrating that RELAX NG does not actually proscribe using namespace prefixes in attributes. 1
21. Many Shiite clergymen maintain that birth control is proscribed by Islam. 1
22. Not only do laws and customs proscribe incest, but it's generally assumed that we're biologically programmed to avoid it. 1
23. Political parties Following a 1973 ban on political activity, political parties were constitutionally proscribed in 1978. 1
24. Revolution, and its betrayal by a regime which both prescribes and proscribes literature, are described in both works. 1
25. She therefore proscribed all religious, philosophical, or psychological books for village libraries. 1
26. Showing the insignia of Neutral deities cuts no ice with Thadeus - such gods are little better than the Proscribed Ones. 0
27. So popular were the proscribed celebrations that it proved quite impossible to eradicate them completely. 1
28. Ten groups in all were now specifically proscribed in Northern Ireland. 1
29. That combination would have softened my mind without recourse to proscribed substances. 1
30. The Act proscribes discrimination on the grounds of race. 1

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