banned

  • 1 banned — [bænd] adj [only before noun] not officially allowed to meet, exist, or be used ▪ Leaders of the banned party were arrested last night. ▪ He was suspended for using a banned substance (=a drug that people competing in sport are not allowed to… …

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  • 2 banned — banned; tur·banned; …

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  • 3 banned — index barred, illegal, illegitimate (illegal), illicit, impermissible, inadmissible Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …

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  • 4 Banned in D.C. — Infobox Album Name = Banned in DC: Bad Brains Greatest Riffs Type = Compilation Artist = Bad Brains Released = April 8, 2003 Recorded = 1979 1989 Genre = Hardcore punk, reggae Length = 66:53 Label = Caroline Records Producer = Ric Ocasek Ron St.… …

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  • 5 Banned — Ban Ban, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Banned} (b[a^]nd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Banning}.] [OE. bannen, bannien, to summon, curse, AS. bannan to summon; akin to Dan. bande, forbande, to curse, Sw. banna to revile, bannas to curse. See {Ban} an edict, and cf.… …

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  • 6 banned — adj. Banned is used with these nouns: ↑pesticide, ↑substance, ↑weapon …

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  • 7 banned — adjective not officially allowed to meet or exist: Leaders of the banned party were arrested last night …

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  • 8 banned —   the blocking of a film s release (in a theatre showing or on video) by either the government or an official movie classification board, for political, religious, sexual, or social reasons; see also censorship.   Examples: director Stanley… …

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  • 9 banned — adjective Forbidden; not allowed …

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  • 10 banned — Synonyms and related words: barred, contraband, debarred, deported, ejected, excluded, exiled, expelled, forbade, forbid, forbidden, illegal, illicit, left out, liquidated, nonpermissible, not in it, not included, not permitted, off limits, out… …

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  • 11 banned — band …

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  • 12 banned — adj. prohibited, forbidden; illegal, contraband bæn v. make a blockade; forbid, prohibit n. prohibition; boycott, embargo n. embargo; ostracism, condemnation; exclusion from a particular channel for a certain length of time (Internet) …

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  • 13 banned — band …

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  • 14 banned — adjective forbidden by law • Syn: ↑prohibited • Similar to: ↑illegal …

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  • 15 Banned Books Week — is an awareness campaign, sponsored annually by the American Library Association (ALA), the American Booksellers Association, American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression, American Society of Journalists and Authors, Association of… …

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  • 16 Banned in Boston — was a phrase employed from the late 19th century through Prohibition to describe a literary work, motion picture, or play prohibited from distribution or exhibition in Boston, Massachusetts. During this period, Boston officials had wide authority …

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  • 17 Banned from the Bible — is a documentary television series produced by FilmRoos in 2003 for the A E Network that originally aired on the History Channel as Time Machine: Banned from the Bible in 2003. [ [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0438503/ IMDB listing] ] [… …

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  • 18 Banned from Argo — is a filk song written and originally recorded by Leslie Fish, released in 1977 on the album Solar Sailors , and later as part of the compilation, Star Trek Comedy: The Unofficial Album . The song pokes fun at the conventions and characters of… …

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  • 19 Banned From Atlantis — were a Winnipeg based punk, rock, punk rock and indie band from the early 90 s to 1995. They released a couple of 7 splits, 1 cassette tape called Outie and a full length CD called People Write to Geena Davis in Japanese . History Little is known …

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  • 20 banned substance — banned substances N COUNT In sport, banned substances are drugs that competitors are not allowed to take because they could artificially improve their performance …

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