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Black List

A list of persons and/or organizations excluded from a privilege or service. For example, people who have written bad checks at a store may be put on a black list and not allowed to enter or buy from that store. The term has a pejorative connotation, and often refers to persons excluded for questionable reasons. For example, a business association may maintain a black list of union members or a union may do the same for current and former business lobbyists.
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Garuda Indonesia was added to Europe's black list two years ago, and following corrective measures is due to be struck from a new list to be released within the next fortnight.
You were put on the black list without anybody explaining anything to you.
the narrative of Black List, Section H like metafictional asides to the
We can guarantee the accuracy of the black lists because they are cross-checked with at least four different agencies, including the police and the military," he said.
The Black List sets a pretty low bar," agreed Richard Crespin, executive director of the CR Officers Association and chairman of the CR Magazine Methodology Committee.
para]]"Everyone in the information technology is coming around to the understanding that black list approaches are the next wave in information security," explained Kato Mikiya, president of Humming Heads USA, Inc.
While the department hasn't take any action against this consumer except adding their name to the black list, which until now is internally circulated, but going forward, penalties may be imposed.
BRUSSELS, March 14 (KUNA) -- The European Union Wednesday published in its Official Journal an updated blacklist list of persons, groups and entities in view of combating terrorism The EU removed fourteen individuals from the black list and said in a statement that it has determined that there are no longer grounds for keeping them in the list.
His links were of such concern to US authorities that, before 9/11, Washington reportedly faced calls to add the UK to its black list of states sponsoring terrorism.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Iraq's Planning Ministry has announced on Tuesday it had laid 433 companies, acting in Iraq, to the black list, charging them with incompetence.
The Bank, through one of the most efficient digital systems, applies very strict rules and policies whereby the Bank abide by the Lebanese Black List, the OFAC List, the US Black List and the European Anti Money Laundering List".
This black list, according to the relevant authorities, is going to help establish fair market conditions and restore the investors' trust and the security of the money.