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BAN

Ban

A subdivision of the Moldovan leu or Romanian leu. One ban is equal in value to 1/100 of one leu. Its plural is bani.

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When enough evidence is gathered against a thug,police will be seeking to get a banning order.
This may result in regulation irksome to industry and to certain individuals, but it will be no more tyrannical than existing rules banning incest or, in the case of the Koreans, banning sex selection.
In conclusion, Smith wrote: "[But] banning products like the baby bath seats that have no manufacturing and design defects flies in the face of reason and commonsense.
Selvy also had a 52-yard fumble recovery to end a Regent scoring threat after Hernandez fumbled on the Banning 2-yard line with 7:30 to play.
In 1994, Pasadena approved an ordinance banning the sale of ammunition between .
Yaroslavsky formally asked on Tuesday for a report from the county's in-house lawyers to be made at the Board of Supervisors meeting next week on the options available to the county, including an ordinance banning sales or possession of firearms and ammunition on county property.
The Environmental Protection Agency on Monday took the unprecedented step of banning a popular but dangerous pesticide specifically to protect children.
The Sylmar High football career may be over for coach Jeff Engilman after the fourth-seeded Spartans were beaten 29-0 by fifth-seeded Banning on Wednesday night in a City Section quarterfinal at Sylmar High.
While acknowledging the risk of prompting a First Amendment challenge, Mayor Richard Riordan signed an ordinance Thursday banning outdoor advertising of alcohol and tobacco products within 1,000 feet of schools, parks and residential neighborhoods in Los Angeles.
Still, the NRA is right when it claims that banning assault weapons alone does little to reduce gun-related crime and violence since these are the weapons not generally used by criminals.
For the second week in a row, I've had to confront my next-door neighbor's gardeners, who continue to use gas-powered leaf blowers despite the new law banning them.
It appears that England is on the road toward banning fox hunting despite a rally of 100,000 fox hunters last summer at London's Hyde Park, and don't think for a minute that efforts to ban fox hunting and hunting with dogs in general are not being made in America.