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proscribe

[prōskrīb′]
to forbid. proscriptive, adj.
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deputy Watson He said: "For the avoidance of doubt, I am asking you to confirm that you believe members of the Socialist Party and the Alliance for Workers' Liberty should not be allowed to be members of the Labour Party, given the proscription of these two groups (then called Militant and Socialist Organiser) by Annual Conference during Neil Kinnock's leadership.
Finally, he explores how the original tannaitic proscriptions were upheld or relaxed over the centuries.
Problems arise with proscriptions that start with "thou shalt," which tend to be ethical goals rather than rules.
The militants, for their part, are promising more than just proscriptions on music and schooling," he added.
Then in a broad sweep of theological history the author, beginning with the Apostolic Fathers and ending with the contributions of nineteenth-century theologians, supports his basic contention that the Bible's value as a list of prescriptions and proscriptions, is limited in today's world.
So hospitals' "no cell phones" rule joins with airlines' insistence on wearing seat belts at 30,000 feet and laws against jaywalking in the annals of pointless proscriptions.
We are used to learning about the history of the text of the Old and New Testaments from modern Bible scholars; about the nature of human sexuality from psychologists and anthropologists; about the history of laws and proscriptions against various kinds of sexual behavior such as adultery, homosexuality, sodomy, incest, and rape from legal scholars or older-fashioned Bible scholars.
Giant Eagle's move follows Wal-Mart's decision to lower prices on 314 commonly used generic proscriptions to $4 for a month's supply at all of its Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores in Ohio.
LaBouf is not the first Baptist to invoke such proscriptions against the ministry of women, certainly.
While Liverpool City Council has declined to answer my enquiry regarding the legality of such proscriptions under the terms of hotel licences, and has generally been of no assistance in finding accommodation, could I appeal to the city's accommodation providers to help us enjoy our first (and possibly only ever) runner in the National, and to be reasonable and provide four Irish enthusiasts with accommodation for the Friday and Saturday nights
Legislation limiting women's work tended to extend over time from proscriptions such as handling toxic chemicals during pregnancy to proscriptions to any women working with such chemicals.
Using a patented software package, the service lets retailers fill and adjudicate proscriptions at the store level.