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Princeton's WordNet

  1. banned, prohibited(adj)

    forbidden by law

Wiktionary

  1. banned(Adjective)

    Forbidden; not allowed.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Banned

    of Ban

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  1. Banned

    Banned is a 5 track EP by UGK.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of banned in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

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    The numerical value of banned in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of banned in a Sentence

  1. Niall Mottram:

    This technology enables the next generation of 'agri-chemicals' to be used. So a lot of existing chemicals are perhaps coming to the point where they're going to be banned. The next generation, they're typically called 'biologicals', they're very much more expensive than the chemicals used today. This technology, however, might be an enabler for them. So you have something that's a little bit more targeted and a little bit more environmentally friendly that can do the same jobs as a lot of the more harmful chemicals do today.

  2. Joshua Wong:

    If basic freedom still exists under National Security Law, how come the book I published when I was still in high school was banned in the Hong Kong public library ? national Security Law's not only about the political rights any more. National Security Law's not only about the rights of protesters. National Security Law's about the fundamental freedom or liberty that everyone cherish in this city, being eroded and fade out already.

  3. Evan Greer:

    The reality is that facial recognition technology is too dangerous to be used at all. Like nuclear or biological weapons, it poses such a profound threat to the future of humanity that it should be banned outright, lawmakers need to stop pandering to Big Tech companies and corrupt law enforcement agencies and do their jobs.

  4. Robert Myers:

    Sarkis Izmirlian said in a statement. According to the bankruptcy filing, Baha Mar Ltd sent teams to Beijing three times over the last two months in attempts to salvage an agreement. The bankruptcy filing represents the latest setback for China State Construction, which was banned from participating in World Bank-funded projects for six years starting in January 2009, after the multilateral agency found that China State Construction had colluded in rigging bids for a Philippines road project. According to the bankruptcy filing, China State Construction claims that Baha Mar Ltd has withheld $ 140 million in funds it is owed, an assertion Baha Mar disputes. The Export-Import Bank of China, according to the filing, has refused to release approximately $ 112 million remaining in the $ 2.45 billion loan China Export-Import Bank extended for the project. The Bahamas, a country of about 353,000 people, has an economy heavily dependent on tourism, and Baha Mar Ltd was expected to create 5,000 new jobs when fully operational. The resort's projected annual payroll of $ 130 million would represent about 12 percent of the country's gross domestic product, the developer said in its court filing. It's an absolute disaster.

  5. Najib Razak:

    What we are facing now is the result of their action in assassinating their own citizen in Malaysia, on Malaysian soil, using a strictly banned chemical weapon.

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