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proscription

(pro-skrip'shon) [L. proscriptio, a written public notice, outlawry]
Restriction of behavior based on cultural or religious beliefs.
See: taboo
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ProScribe has locations in Australia, China and Japan and serves academia, biopharma and medical device firms.
On February 9, the Ministry of Law and Justice had announced that the then president of Pakistan, Mamnoon Hussain, amended the Anti-Terrorism Act 1997 via Ordinance No II of 2018 to proscribe entities banned by the United Nations (Security Council) Act 1948.
Lord Goldsmith argued: "It is inconceivable that the Terrorism Act 2000 was intended to no longer proscribe an organisation which had previously been proscribed.