ban

  1. a decree that prohibits something
  2. an official prohibition or edict against something
  3. a bachelor's degree in nursing

ban

[n] - 100 bani equal 1 leu 2. [n] - an official prohibition or edict against something 3. [v] - forbid the public distribution of 4. [v] - prohibit esp. by legal means or social pressure
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ban

Prohibition. The word originally meant `a public proclamation in the territory under the jurisdiction of a feudal lord`. That sense is retained in the word `b ...
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Ban

Ban (băn) noun A kind of fine muslin, made in the East Indies from the fiber of the banana leaf stalks.
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Ban

Ban (băn) noun [ Anglo-Saxon bann command, edict; akin to Dutch ban , Icelandic bann , Danish band , Old High German ban , German bann , a public proclamation, as of interdiction or excommunication, Greek fa`nai to say, Latin fari to s...
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Ban

Ban transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Banned (bănd); present participle & verbal noun Banning .] [ Middle English bannen , bannien , to summon, curse, Anglo-Saxon bannan to summon; akin to Danish ...
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Ban

Ban intransitive verb To curse; to swear. [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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Ban

Ban noun [ Serv. ban ; confer Russian & Pol. pan a master, lord, Persian ban .] An ancient title of the warden of the eastern marches of Hungary; now, a title of the viceroy of Croatia and Slavonia.
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ban

noun 100 bani equal 1 leu in Romania
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ban

censor verb forbid the public distribution of ( a movie or a newspaper)
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ban

verb prohibit especially by legal means or social pressure; `Smoking is banned in this building`
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ban

forbiddance noun an official prohibition or edict against something
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ban

cast out verb expel from a community or group
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BAN

See: Bank anticipation notes
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BAN

See: Bond anticipation note.
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Ban

• (n.) Notice of a proposed marriage, proclaimed in church. See Banns (the common spelling in this sense). • (v. t.) To forbid; to interdict. • (v. t.) To curse; to invoke evil upon. • (v. i.) To curse; to swear. • (n.) A public proclamation or edict; a public order or notice, mandatory or prohibitory; a summons by public p...
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ban

(from the article `coin`) ...coins. Unlike China, Japan has had a gold and silver coinage since the 16th century. The gold coins are large flat pieces in the shape of ...
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ban

(from the article `The Protestant Heritage`) ...means of church discipline than could their magisterial counterparts. Social control was more feasible in these smaller and well-defined groups ...
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ban

(from the article `luogu`) ...xiaoluo (small gong without a boss, beaten with a stick or a thin plate), ling (handbells), and ban (woodblock) are sometimes added. Whatever the ...
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ban

former Hungarian title denoting a governor of a military district (banat) and later designating a local representative of the Hungarian king in ... [2 related articles]
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Ban

Ban is a Celtic boy name. The meaning of the name is `Pointed` The name Ban doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Ban seems to be unique!
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Ban

[medieval] The ban was a political and territorial institution in the Frankish kingdoms, meaning a grant of power to command men. Following its civil, military or religious meanings, it ended up as a metonym for territory where such a grant applied. When the public rights of assembly members came to be held by a family line, the ban was con...
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Ban

[unit] A ban, sometimes called a hartley (symbol Hart) or a dit (short for decimal digit), is a logarithmic unit which measures information or entropy, based on base 10 logarithms and powers of 10, rather than the powers of 2 and base 2 logarithms which define the bit. As a bit corresponds to a binary digit, so a ban is a decimal digit. A d...
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Ban

[law] A ban is, generally, any decree that prohibits something. Usually a ban is implemented for the benefit of public safety. Bans are formed for the prohibition of activities within a certain political territory. Some see this as a negative act (equating it to a form of censorship or discrimination) and others see it as maintaining the `s...
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Ban

[title] Ban n was a noble title used in several states in central and south-eastern Europe between the 7th century and the 20th century. ==Etymology== The Late Proto-Slavic word *banъ is not of native Slavic lexical stock, and is generally explained as a prehistoric borrowing from a Turkic language, from the Avar word bajan meaning `ruler ...
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