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Spite, however, of punishments and prohibitions the use of tobacco spread with the rapidity of lightning.
And indeed, Shakespeare always held that there are no unconditional prohibitions, nor unconditional duties.
Finally, the removal of prohibitions was undermining the smugglers.
We shall see this, if we follow the course of legal enactments or religious prohibitions from the beginning.
We must see in the commandments means of guidance, in the prohibitions a protection against destructive influences.
It is different with us, who heard his words, his commands and prohibitions, and felt his reward and his punishment.
A host of troubles and difficulties are on record in the pages of history, arising out of these prohibitions.
Both these prohibitions, doubtless, and especially the latter, reflect a feeling which was experienced by mankind at an early age.
Such prohibitions are from the very beginning outside the pale of exogamous laws.
This, of course, does not mean that these prohibitions are unjustifiable or that they do not reflect natural feelings.

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derring-donoun | [der-ing-doo ]SEE DEFINITION