(1) Using this definition, the attorney-general could proscribe any group that organises a demonstration or strike in which a person was injured or felt endangered.(2) The Bill is unnecessary simply because the government presently has the power to proscribe terrorist organisations.(3) It is conceivable that this identifier alone could alarm the Attorney General enough to proscribe the organisation.(4) International criminal law is a body of international rules designed both to proscribe international crimes and to impose upon States the obligation to prosecute and punish at least some of those crimes.(5) ├ö├ç├┐If you proscribe an organisation, you strengthen it├ö├ç├û, he said.(6) Current rules proscribe relationships between soldiers of different rank, or soldiers and officers.(7) The power to proscribe organisations should be vested in more than an individual (the Attorney General) and representatives from banned organisations should have adequate rights of appeal.(8) If we were proscribed we would go underground, and anything that's underground surfaces.(9) When someone dies, we are proscribed from desecrating the body, which includes invasion of the corpse.(10) There are numbers of organisations that have been proscribed .(11) Although advertising directly to consumers is proscribed in the European Union, companies are able to target patients indirectly through disease awareness campaigns, sponsorship of information materials, and press releases.(12) Few deputies positively welcomed the purge of national representatives, and a number who had no special links with the proscribed deputies went out of their way to condemn the deed openly in letters to their constituents.(13) The culpability of traditional authorial power has left many a contemporary critical writer pussyfooting around issues for fear of appearing too proscriptive .(14) Jewish law states that not only is telling gossip forbidden; lending a willing ear is equally proscribed .(15) I think it's very regrettable that we should become so proscriptive as to do away with a tradition such as this.(16) And, as both of them are deeply committed to their religious beliefs, when I was virtually proscribed for my decision by the church leadership they felt it necessary to follow suit.
(1) proscribe :: 禁止し
1. forbid ::
2. condemn ::
3. interdict ::
1. allow ::
2. let ::
3. permit ::
4. suffer ::
Different Formsproscribe, proscribed, proscribes, proscribing
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