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proscribe

[prōskrīb′]
to forbid. proscriptive, adj.
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ProScribe, which was founded by Karen Woolley and Mark Woolley, will become Envision Pharma's fifth division, named Scientific Solutions.
The court noted that the policy did not proscribe interstate travel altogether, but merely imposed various conditions that the Department of Corrections had deemed useful for monitoring the movement of sex offenders who were on probation (Rhode Island Department of Corrections)
Roy fails to proscribe a detailed plan of action for "the many.
And please know that our "new constructs" don't always look like what Messrs, Signorile, Rotello, Kramer, and Sullivan would proscribe.
Faced with insufficient support in parliament to extend a state of emergency banning a Tamil group, Sri Lanka President Chandrika Kumaratunga invoked late Wednesday tough antiterrorism regulations to proscribe the organization anew, reports Thursday said.
And seventeen other states still have sodomy laws that proscribe certain sexual acts, regardless of whether the partners are consenting heterosexual or homosexual adults.
Mormon beliefs proscribe extramarital sex and cigarette smoking, two known risk factors for cervical cancer.
Then, a new set of commitments had to be delivered on: proscribe those groups designated as terrorists by the UN, and seize their assets, restrict the movement of their leadership and halt their fundraising.