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proscribe

[prōskrīb′]
to forbid. proscriptive, adj.
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Arrange, manage or assist in arranging or managing a meeting to support a proscribed organisation.
The bill provides for effective measures by law enforcement agencies to investigate financial crimes committed by proscribed organizations and persons.
The organisation was proscribed in 2006 for glorifying terrorism and we are clear it should not be able to continue these activities by simply changing its name," she said.
Common sense suggests that anyone contravening this rule, rather than being disqualified, should resign from the proscribed public body before being allowed to take the Oath of Office.
Proscribed Royalist 1651 by John Millais has been bought by Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
We won't be using those names and those platforms which have been proscribed, but I can't stop being a Muslim, I can't stop propagating Islam, I can't stop praying, I can't stop calling for the sharia," he said.
He was before Lisburn Magistrates' Court also charged with membership of a proscribed organisation, the dissident republican Continuity IRA, possession of a firearm with intent and collecting information likely to be of use to terrorists.
Britain ceased contact with members of Hizbollah in 2005 and listed the military wing as a proscribed terrorist organisation last year.
The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), or Tamil Tigers, are a proscribed terrorist organisation in the UK under the 2000 Terrorism Act.
SCOOP catheters reduce resting flow rates 50-60%, while insuring 24 hours per day compliance with proscribed oxygen therapy.
Northern life, however, was also proscribed by the color line, and Randall's life was greatly influenced by this racial divide.
They therefore needed the proscribed elements of that Koranic heaven .