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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.
The ban on launching housing societies and related activities has been extended, administration officials said.
Choam Ksan district authority in Preah Vihear province imposed an import ban on Thursday on goods from Thailand after the country declared a similar ban on goods imported from Cambodia through the Anses international border checkpoint.
figure By NICHOLAS KOMU Conservationists can rest easy following China's decision to postpone restoring the trade on and use of rhino horns and tiger bones, after a decades-long ban, following a global uproar.
SFA Director Ibrar Sheikh said a meeting of the scientific panel of the authority examined the effects of the sale of these items and placed a ban on them across the province on the recommendation of experts.
Water companies will also display details of any bans on their website.
There is no federal ban on animal performances in the US.
Smoking bans did not seem to affect tobacco use among women, although their use already was below that of men.
Opponents of these local bans are concerned not only with the environmental damage the bags inflict, but also with the overreach these bills impose on local control.
Bill Haslam today issued a proclamation declaring a regional ban on burning in 51 counties in response to the ongoing drought and destructive wildfires throughout Middle and East Tennessee.