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A pupil aged around 15 in RCT was banned for 31 days for pointing a laser at a police car from the bus.
69 NGOs receiving foreign funds have been banned and licences of many were cancelled.
Book some time the last week of September to read a banned publication.
NSF International developed the Athletic Banned Substances Certification Program to meet the growing demands of athletes, coaches and all those concerned about banned substances in sports supplements.
Dozens of editorialists and columnists condemned Joe Camel, and many said he should be banned from advertising.
Which should have been: There is absolutely no place in baseball for those who use banned substances.
CALIFORNIA jumped into the yearly fray over why Christmas symbols and carols get banned from schools and other public places when that well-known religious radical, Gov.
In 1975, California banned a short-handled hoe that forced workers to stoop for hours as they weeded crops.
The PWC industry will not remain silent when personal watercraft are unfairly banned from waterways based on poor evidence and discriminatory ordinances.
However, the guns he describes are machine guns, which have been banned by federal law since 1934.
No mention was made of how rural communities and economies would suffer when snowmobiles would be banned from National Parks.