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- adj. put beyond the limits of the law, forbidden, against the law.
- adj. put beyond the limits of the law, declared an outlaw or declared a criminal.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outlaw.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. contrary to or forbidden by law; banned; illicit.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. contrary to or forbidden by law
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If sellers remain outlawed, the government presumably has a responsibility to uphold laws prohibiting marijuana sales.
The reason it was outlawed is because the raw materials used to make some, if not all, pennies is worth more than 1 cent. —
In other words, conservative opinion should be outlawed from the media because a conservative is president?
Following the rant it has emerged that the F-word is not one of the terms outlawed in the Irish parliament.
And liberalism, like it’s sister slavery, will forever outlawed from the land.
How anyone taking one look at the privately owned (and that’s most) Venezuelan media could claim that “criticism of the president” has been outlawed is beyond me – they do nothing but criticise Chavez, yet have not been closed down. abolish the senate who was control by the opposition,
Moreover, the nick option does not address the main problem in Western liberal democracies where FGM is outlawed, which is that it can almost never be detected, so that few perpetrators are brought to justice.
Hood; for there is always something about him that may literally be called outlawed, in the sense of being extra-legal or outside the rules.
Islam4UK which was proscribed - in other words outlawed - by the British government in
It's set in an alternate 1980s where Nixon rules, the Cold War rages and superheroes are as real as nuclear holocaust; meanwhile, masked comic-strip vigilantes are outlawed, which is why the murder of a cigar-chomping creep called the Comedian (Jeffrey Dean Morgan, the anti-Robert Downey Jr.) sends ripples through his former crime-fighting cronies.
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