not allowed

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Square and triangular houses are not allowed, and for this reason.
My pride, which had not allowed me to apply for protection to the prison authorities, would not allow me now to call for help.
We know also that he was not received at the Epanchins' so long as they remained at Pavlofsk, and that he was not allowed an interview with Aglaya;--but next day he would set off once more on the same errand, apparently quite oblivious of the fact of yesterday's visit having been a failure,--and, of course, meeting with another refusal.
My meaning may be learned from Homer; he, you know, feeds his heroes at their feasts, when they are campaigning, on soldiers' fare; they have no fish, although they are on the shores of the Hellespont, and they are not allowed boiled meats but only roast, which is the food most convenient for soldiers, requiring only that they should light a fire, and not involving the trouble of carrying about pots and pans.
It would seem natural to step from under a descending sword unconsciously, and against one's will and intent--yet this unconsciousness is not allowed.
However, this was a peculiar grace, not allowed to any but persons of the highest rank, when they desire an admittance.
And his destruction would have been as difficult as that of Agathocles if he had not allowed himself to be overreached by Cesare Borgia, who took him with the Orsini and Vitelli at Sinigalia, as was stated above.
For some reason the cost of fodder for cattle in the yards was much above the market price-- and you were not allowed to bring your own fodder
I was not allowed to call him uncle, under the severest penalties.
They are not allowed even to go down to the village.
You know you're not allowed to play games on Sunday.
Prepared and on her guard as our pursuit had actually made her, she would repress every betrayal; and I was therefore shaken, on the spot, by my first glimpse of the particular one for which I had not allowed.