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  • v. Present participle of disallow.

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Examples

  • With Britain disallowing further immigration to Palestine, where would 1,000,000 Jews be sent?

    Lives in Balance-Jim Gillett

  • The whole world was watching that horrendous call disallowing the obvious Philadelphia goal.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A Historic Victory

  • The Oilers lost the game, and McGeough admitted he made a mistake in disallowing the potential tying goal.

    USATODAY.com - Hockey - Carolina vs. Edmonton

  • Hirsh added that Sony puts restrictions on all Blu-ray manufacturing facilities that produce Disney titles disallowing them from making adult content.

    Filmstalker: Blu-Ray allows adult content

  • Hence, we're entertaining the idea of disallowing imported iron and steel construction materials

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  • Instead, how about we adopt foreign concepts such as disallowing frivolous lawsuits, having loser-pays tort laws, and requiring that both parents be in the U.S. legally and at least one parent be a citizen, for a child born here to get automatic citizenship?

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  • The principal of a leading educational institute said that some of the police proposals - such as disallowing bikers from covering their faces with scarves - were part of a knee-jerk response, leading to panic in the city and putting it under a 'security raj.'

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • You'd also need policy management, such as disallowing certain kinds of connections without a VPN being active or over non-trusted Wi-Fi networks.

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  • The judge also placed a handful of other restrictions on Psystar, such as disallowing the company from intentionally inducing, aiding, assisting, abetting, or encouraging any other person or entity to infringe Apple's copyrighted Mac OS X software, Apple Insider reports.

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  • "disallowing" the general public to purchase their "preferred" insurance needs through the Single Payer or Medicare for All public option plan that is now pending before the U.S.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Call For Action On Senate Public Option Debate and Pending Vote This Week

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