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Sentence count:13Posted:2017-03-31Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: descriptioninscriptionprescriptiontranscriptioncircumscriptionproscribeproscribedscriptMeaning: [prəʊ'skrɪpʃn]  n. 1. a decree that prohibits something 2. rejection by means of an act of banishing or proscribing someone. 
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1. The disapproving proscriptions of puritanism could not have squeezed all impropriety from the area.
2. The proscription against capturing all an opponent's seeds is related to a more general idea, that one ought to make a move that allows the opponent to continue playing.
3. The proscription of the intention in offence of intention is blurring, so we should restrict its scope of application.
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4. There is no proscription in Chinese laws and regulations concerning the legal status of condominium association.
5. Such considerations motivated the SETI group at the International Academy of Astronautics to reject a proscription of transmissions to the sky.
6. Many police departments attempt to impose ethical standards and effective policing through policy, proscription, and punishment.
7. He also quoted National Institutes of Health bioethicist F.G. Miller, who argued in the Journal of Medical Ethics that ethical proscription against killing by doctors is "debatable."
8. "Many police departments attempt to impose ethical standards and effective policing through policy, proscription, and punishment, " O'Donnell says, arguing that this approach is flawed.
9. They had not been broken by the crash of empires, the machetes of revolting slaves, war, rebellion, proscription , confiscation.
10. Case examination also provided an opportunity to reintroduce values into the curriculum, despite their proscription in the ranks of behaviorally oriented texts.
11. Charles Evr é monde , called Darnay , in right of such proscription, absolutely Dead in Law.
12. Conclusions: (1) Verified experiment made it known that the better proscription is reasonable and stable.
13. Boris Johnson, the mayor of London, suggested in October that Tube workers (who walked out on November 2nd in an unrelated dispute) should be included in the proscription, too.
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