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1 He was expressly forbidden to speak to the girl.
2 These conditions must be expressly incorporated into the contract of employment.
3 Small businesses are expressly exempted from the requirements of this legislation.
4 She was expressly forbidden to touch my papers.
5 You were expressly told not to touch my papers.
6 I told you expressly to report to me everyday.
7 The building is expressly designed to conserve energy.
8 This ship was designed expressly for exploring the Arctic waters.
9 He has expressly forbidden her to go out on her own.
10 Some women expressly blame loneliness for their dissatisfaction.
11 But Aischines expressly excludes that explanation for Demosthenes.
12 Violent shaking or other gross indignities are expressly forbidden.
13 Congress had expressly forbidden sending arms to Iran.
14 No mental element is expressly stated in s.47.
15 The book of Leviticus expressly forbids it.
16 Sections 2-3 are expressly restricted to legally enforceable liabilities.
17 They were expressly forbidden to engage in any other activities,[Sentencedict.com][www.Sentencedict.com] of course.
18 He was actually expressly forbidden to speak to me about the matter.
19 The Court expressly concedes that this interest is compelling and is promoted by the ordinance.
20 The seller expressly excludes implied provisions, and the buyer expressly includes them.
21 Clause 7 of Precedent 1 expressly specifies that this is to be the case.
22 First, because rule 14A in any event expressly provides for the court to order otherwise if appropriate.
23 Your sole and exclusive remedy in the event of a defect is expressly limited to replacement of the diskette as provided above.
24 The great majority of the population are not allowed to participate in any political activities except those expressly encouraged by the regime.
25 She was going to swim in the lake, alone, because both Nick and her father had expressly forbidden it.
26 The Institute's main concern is that the new entities should be expressly subject to national legislation governing the activity undertaken.
27 This would not imply that all of the many thousands of formulaic expressions would be expressly taught.
28 The constitution they adopted was similar to the United States Constitution; however, property in black slaves was expressly recognized.
29 This only serves to emphasise the desirability of stating expressly whether time is or is not to be of the essence.
30 The Revenue will not subsequently be bound by any information or statements given, whether expressly or implicitly in relation to the claim.
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