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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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Challenged as an appropriate reading for an Oakland, Calif., high ,school honors class (1984) for "sexual and ,social explicitness" and "troubling ideas about race relations, man's relationship to God, African history, and human sexuality." Banned in the Souderton, Pa., Area School District (1992) as appropriate reading for tenth graders because it was considered "smut."
I think all fur products should be banned but this case with dogs and cats is sick.
The display of firearms and show of force is also banned in the capital as is the sale, purchase and stocking of firecrackers and fireworks.
The sale of china salt and slaughter and sale of calves' meat was also banned to protect the livestock sector.
Tarek Ansari, Egyptian, a consultant anaesthetist, 50, feels that smoking should be banned in public areas as long as there is designated areas for smokers, whether indoors or outdoors.
Four German states subsequently banned teachers for wearing headscarves and in the state of Hesse the ban applies to all civil servants.
'As a non-smoker I would say smoking should be banned, especially when people are eating.'
But Morvillo stressed that the "expert advice and assistance" banned by the PATRIOT Act includes legal representation.
France, historically a Catholic country, has banned the wearing of religious garb in public schools.
It not only banned peanut butter sandwiches, it also banned candy bars, cookies, and other snacks that might contain trace (extremely small) amounts of peanuts.
Gall went on to note that the staff briefing package does not recommend a ban, and that her study of the record supports her thesis that the products should not be banned.