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Exemple de folosire pentru "banned" în română
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EnglishFirst of all, some of the most dangerous chemical pesticides are being banned.
EnglishPortugal had banned companies from providing games of chance on the Internet.
EnglishYou cannot rebuild homes and offices without cement and glass, which are banned.
EnglishThe Romanian Greek Catholic Church was banned during the Communist era.
EnglishYou cannot teach children in schools that have no paper because it is banned.
EnglishThe word 'jasmine' has been banned from the Chinese Internet recently.
EnglishThe head teacher banned it because there were children of other religious faiths present.
EnglishFarmers in Europe will be banned from using particular substances.
EnglishRecently a Socialist colleague of my own was banned from China.
EnglishMoreover, a political party without any violent connections has been banned in Belgium.
EnglishBuckfast wine should, apparently, be banned because it contains both alcohol and caffeine.
EnglishWill the critics stand up and say, 'We were wrong to insist that CMRs be banned'?
EnglishThe Bulgarian prime minister has never called for the Bulgarian Socialist Party to be banned.
EnglishMeat and bone meal in animal feed has been banned since the BSE crisis.
EnglishHowever, substances that are really hazardous will also be banned.
EnglishLast week, the mayor of Diyarbakir, Osman Baydemir, was banned from leaving the country.
EnglishFrom 1 January 2012, the production of eggs in battery cages is banned.
EnglishWe have an EU citizen being banned from travelling to another country.
EnglishWhen Finland finally also banned smoking in restaurants and bars there was an outcry.
EnglishCalling for one product to be banned will not solve the problem of irresponsible drinking.