outlawing of

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  • Outlawing of the practice by the government led to its end, even though it can occur among the Tachoni.
  • The democratic party pledges all its energies to the outlawing of the whole war system.
  • Much may be hoped for from the earnest studies of those who advocate the outlawing of aggressive war. Cited from U.S. Presidential Inaugural Addresses, by Various
  • The lack of male dominance may have been the result of the Australian administration's outlawing of warfare.
  • Short was responsible for the outlawing of pirate radio stations such as Radio Caroline.
  • However, pressures against the Church increased with the de facto outlawing of religious meetings and organizations.
  • He was chief counsel before the court in the decision that led to the outlawing of racial covenants.
  • The court held that the outlawing of physical punishment in the school represented more than a pragmatic attempt to deal with disciplinary problems in a new way.
  • Additionally, Holmes supported passage of such civil rights legislation as a fair employment law and the outlawing of discrimination in public places.
  • Hydraulic mining ended when public outcry over the destruction of farmlands led to the outlawing of this practice.
  • The War on Drugs has resulted in the outlawing of the entire hemp industry in the United States.
  • It is with the rationality of what may be called the excommunication and outlawing of special property interests, that the present paper is concerned. Cited from The Unpopular Review, Volume II, Number 3, by Various
  • This was not a common practice in reputable districts and disappeared in the 1950s with the outlawing of child labor.
  • The outlawing of gambling resulted in large numbers of American horses that could no longer be supported, and many were shipped to Europe for racing.
  • This was followed by a call for the outlawing of dual British-Israeli citizenship.
  • These acts were aimed at bringing the colonies back into compliance with the King's wishes and included the outlawing of town meetings.
  • Must we submit to the outlawing of our customs and observances? Cited from The Puppet Crown, by Harold MacGrath
  • The American gamefowl has gained in popularity as a show breed since the outlawing of cock fights.
  • The track ran its last race meet in 1906 due to the outlawing of gambling by the Tennessee legislaure.
  • In 2014 she gave advice on the UK government's outlawing of sugary drinks for children.
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