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- v. Alternative spelling of illegalize.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See illegalize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. declare illegal; outlaw
The purpose of these lies is to win moral support for attempts to illegalise and curtail perfectly acceptable political practices.
Government preparing to outline the specifics of new legislation that will illegalise violent games Just a month after the proposals were first outlined in full, ...
Switzerland passes violent games ban - "Government preparing to outline the specifics of new legislation that will illegalise violent games" in one word, idiotic! have ever heard how forbidden fruit tastes better, no ban will ever solve such issues! the swiss socialist party launched this, and yet they wonder why no young people want to join their party anymore?
So we cannot illegalise abortion altogether, and we cannot set up fixed rules as some cases may be too much specific.
It seems to be disguised as "Privacy Group" and it tried to change the law so as to illegalise Google's existing algorithms.
To disengage from our current regime of hostage taking, which excludes us from the process legitimacy, or threatens to illegalise us, on the basis of «Fortress Europe».
Microsoft is still trying to turn the law against Google, just as the music industry (conglomerates rather) tries to suffocate Internet radio using changes to US law and Microsoft is trying to harm or illegalise Free software using proliferation of software patents more).