- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of prohibit.
“The designation prohibits the transport of water and also prohibits the harvest of bait.”
“Britain prohibits advertising of pharmaceuticals on TV.”
“King Philip II of Spain prohibits his representatives in New Spain from jailing any indigenous person.”
“The designation prohibits U.S. firms or individuals from doing business with the companies, and essentially tries to cut them off from international financing.”
“The commissioner advised that what the law prohibits is a company rendering telecommunications services without having authorization from a regulatory agency.”
“It also would mean making it clear to Mr. Slim that the Telmex concession title prohibits the provision of television services.”
“The new definition prohibits any force that causes "reddening of the skin".”
“For example, one of the terms prohibits developers from publicly discussing the agreement.”
“The manufacturer's own label prohibits use within a mile of schools but says nothing about private residences.”
“Marin County Chief District Attorney Kathryn Mitchell said the probation term prohibits the couple from acting as brokers and the amount of restitution they owe their clients is still to be determined.”
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