outlawing all

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  • With a fixed design they have outlawed themselves, and to their power outlawed all other nations. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. V. (of 12), by Burke
  • It banned all trade unions and eventually outlawed all other political parties.
  • Unfortunately, the player has magical powers and the king has outlawed all magic.
  • During the mid-18th century, the English government outlawed all general warrants.
  • In East Germany the Communist government did not allow it but instead outlawed all independent youth organisations.
  • Francia outlawed all opposition, and established a secret police force.
  • One of its two main provisions outlawed all trade combinations or agreements that severely restricted trade between states or with foreign powers.
  • Lactantius argued that Aurelian would have outlawed all the other gods if he had had enough time.
  • At the same time, the Iranian government outlawed all political parties, except the Islamic Republic Party.
  • This act outlawed all Chinese immigration to the United States and denied citizenship to those already settled in the country.
  • He immediately outlawed all political parties, exiled opposition leaders, repressed trade unions, and muzzled the press.
  • This review, however, did not count legislation outlawing all pornography as being "specific" to child pornography.
  • This figure does not count legislation outlawing all pornography; figures that also include non-specific bans on all pornography would therefore be higher if available.
  • The Association was disbanded in 1977 when Kenya outlawed all big game hunting.
  • In conjunction with this rule change, SEBI outlawed all naked short selling.
  • The statute outlawed all lending at interest and gave Jews fifteen years to readjust.
  • He banned a number of newspapers and outlawed all newspapers that were not pro-Shishakli.
  • At the time, this effectively outlawed all skates other than tube skates.
  • Prague outlawed all religious institutes and Catholic associations and gradually suppressed the Catholic press.
  • It outlawed all priests and nobles who took part in any gathering, and disarmed all who had belonged to the privileged classes. Cited from History of the French Revolution, by F.A.M Mignet