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proscribe

[prōskrīb′]
to forbid. proscriptive, adj.
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So even if Alexander is correct in maintaining that the constitutional non-protection of the category of assaults qua assaults is not dispositive, he must still make the case that the harm the state seeks to proscribe with respect to race-based motives is a message-related harm.
We are honored to partner with their team and share their commitment to service excellence," noted Toby Mulligan, CEO of ProScribe.
It told the group's lawyers at the time, "Having regard to the MEK's commission of and participation in acts of terrorism, the UK Secretary of State took a decision on 29 March, 2001, to proscribe Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or MKO) as an organisation concerned in terrorism under the UK Terrorism Act 2000.
The launch of the new Compact models comes on the heels of the recent enhancements to IGEL's Smart series, as well as the company's introduction of three new product lines: the IGEL ProScribe thin client tablet for mobile applications, the IGEL Elegance thin client with integrated 17" TFT Display and the IGEL PanaVeo quad-display thin client.
Once we have evidence against any organisation, we ban them and we proscribe them.
Orders were laid before Parliament to proscribe four organisations believed to be linked to Al-Qaeda, including the militant Indonesian group Jemaah Islamiyah.
The launch of the new Smart models follows the recent announcement of IGEL Technology product line expansion with three new series: the IGEL ProScribe thin client tablet for mobile applications, the IGEL Elegance thin client with integrated 17" TFT Display and the IGEL PanaVeo quad-display thin client.
The launch of the Smart XPe follows the recent IGEL Technology product line expansion with three new series: the IGEL ProScribe thin client tablet for mobile applications, the IGEL Elegance thin client with integrated 17" TFT Display and the IGEL PanaVeo quad-display thin client.
Last week the Home Secretary also took action to proscribe Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).