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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ban.
- adj. Forbidden; not allowed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. forbidden by law
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Time was when the label "banned in Boston" helped guarantee Broadway ticket sales.
I would have preferred to have the term banned altogether.
Ronnie and a group of TN fire-fighters and volunteers picketed Capitol Records because the label banned the record from radio and I-Tunes 4 weeks after its release.
Ronnie and a group of TN fire-fighters and volunteers picketed Capitol Records because the label banned the record from radio and I-Tunes
The label banned him from establishing any more animal farms through October 2004.
Thus, the moniker "unsustainable," a term banned from FED meetings.
The Chief Executive was ridiculed as the "Chief Thief" ( "Chak Shou"), a term banned by the administrator of cyberctm. com.
A Bangladeshi newspaper, the Daily Star, has reported five tonnes of what it called banned dairy product were seized from shops and much destroyed by Government order.
Book on life under Stalin banned by Kremlin, claim ...
The BBC has already banned (yes, banned) the Arabic word 'dhimmi'.
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