[ UK /bˈænɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈbænɪŋ/ ]
  1. an official prohibition or edict against something
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How To Use banning In A Sentence

  • I can see banning books that illustrate these nasty looking teste bags. They Had Me At ‘Scrotum’ | Her Bad Mother
  • He noted that there is currently no democratic way of allowing the release of synbio technology, to which Dr. Gutmann retorted that there is no democratic way of banning it either. Michael Rugnetta: The Presidential Commission and Synthetic Biology
  • Trying to stop shops opening at the weekend is rather like banning cafés from opening for lunch. Times, Sunday Times
  • Standard procedure also includes banning low-altitude flights over public places where a president or president-elect is located, including along train routes. Need a Parking Space in Washington? Fly - The Caucus Blog -
  • Last month the senator complicated their task by reiterating his support for some exceptions to a constitutional amendment banning abortion.
  • Banning all cutlery except the spork! Times, Sunday Times
  • Second, he adds, he believes that the government does not have a sufficiently compelling interest in banning discrimination against various groups to overcome that presumption. The Volokh Conspiracy » So a Libertarian and a Liberal Walk into a Bar
  • The signed petition was sent to the capital and voted through the legislature into a bill banning motorized vehicles on small ponds and lakes.
  • The dialogue between pub communities will be of huge help to police enforcement of any banning orders.
  • To date, 35 state legislatures have drafted bills addressing offshoring and 161 state laws restricting or banning offshoring have been proposed.
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