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In that case, Holmes said a government regulation of property crosses a line and becomes an impermissible “taking” when it “goes too far.”
In the hyper-competitive SEC, Franklin witnessed things he disagreed with, such as boosters who violated NCAA rules by providing money or other impermissible benefits for a player to consider or sign with the Wildcats.
These terms are utterly impermissible, and are to be scouted.
THE BROTHERS' WARJOHN CALVIN REED
It seemed impermissible to allow even a child to take its inventions quite so seriously.
ARUNDELEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON
One can understand how an act, good in itself, can become a sin because it is performed under impermissible circumstances.

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