forbiddance


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In addition, the forbiddance for incumbents telecommunications companies in Argentina and Mexico to offer pay TV is a restraint, although it is expected that regulators remove this barrier.
Tagal in the Kadazandusun language means prohibition or forbiddance from exploiting river resources by an unrelated third party.
Although they were described as crowded, uncomfortable, infrequent and offering limited service, these buses provided a way for women to cope with the forbiddance prohibition on driving or traveling unescorted.
Arinc also said that he was ashamed of the comments which did not even wish for forbiddance and added, "Those who spoil things should wait for the conclusion of the investigation.
His topics include some properties of the electromagnetic field near a rough metal surface, anomalies in the SER spectra of benzene adsorbed on lithium and hexafluorobenzene adsorbed on silver, electrodynamic forbiddance of the quadrupole enhancement mechanisms in molecules with cubic symmetry groups, possible reasons for the competition of the Raman bands, and the charge transfer enhancement mechanism.