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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.

BAN

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As Thar Ban reached the side of his mount he snatched his long radium rifle from its boot, and, wheeling, poured three shots into the oncoming red men.
Then Thar Ban vaulted to the back of his thoat, Thuvia of Ptarth still in his arms, and with a savage cry of triumph disappeared down the black canyon of the Avenue of Quays between the sullen palaces of forgotten Aaanthor.
Turning quickly toward his flier, he was soon rising from the plaza in pursuit of Thar Ban.
In a press conference at the Ilustrado Restaurant in Intramuros here, Ariel Inton, lawyer for Commuter Safety and Protection said they are initially planning to pursue an injunction against the ban to temporarily allow sub-400cc motorcycles back in the disputed area.
According to a notification, the ban was imposed after it was brought to the notice of the district magistrate that some housing societies, trusts, limited companies and groups were operating in Islamabad in a manner not warranted by the law relating thereto.
In a joint April 8 letter to members of Congress, the nearly 400 national, state and local organizations that have endorsed the NO BAN Act outlined their concerns over the Trump Muslim ban.
"We also held discussions with psychiatrists before requesting the Kathmandu District Court for permission to ban the game." The division reportedly sent a letter to the Nepal Telecommunications Authority asking for the game to be banned only after it sought court permission.
Area residents blamed the National Environment Management Authority (Nema) officers of laxity in implementing the ban.
The gun ban began on January 13 and will expire on June 12, after the midterm elections.
Choam Ksan district governor Chea Kimseng told The Post on Thursday that before announcing the ban, Cambodia had tried to approach Thai authorities several times for their reasons, but to no avail.
The "three strict bans" will continue to be enforced: strictly ban the import and export of rhinos, tigers and their by-products strictly ban the sale, purchase, transport, carrying and mailing of rhinos, tigers and their by-products and strictly ban the use of rhino horns and tiger bones in medicine," China State Council said in a statement.
-- Americans' support for a ban on semi-automatic guns in the U.S.