deem unsuitable

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Local councillors have the power - under the 1909 Cinematograph Act - to ban any film they deem unsuitable from being screened.
WHILE parents may feel they need to protect their children from websites they deem unsuitable because of their content, there is another issue to think about: do you know what they are downloading?
I find this astonishing bearing in mind how heavy-handed the council can be with private residents who dare to fit windows, doors, skylights etc that the council deem unsuitable in conservation areas.
We don't keep the mail which we deem unsuitable and it can backfire if you go to the police because once you have an investigation and it's in the press you'll find more mail arriving.
It describes the organization and function of the government, its permitted powers and duties, and limits power to engage in activities that its drafters deem unsuitable.