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Vagabondage, begging, movement across county lines and wage increases were all proscribed.
PANDEMICS HAVE LONG CREATED LABOR SHORTAGES. HERE’S WHY.SPENCER STRUBJUNE 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
While commuting listening is proscribed for at least the next quarter, exercise and mental health breaks pick up a lot of that deficit.
GILLMOR GANG: CLUBHOUSE STYLESTEVE GILLMORMARCH 19, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Presidents have been blocking and undoing mergers for years through the long-established and carefully proscribed CFIUS process.
WHY BARACK OBAMA WOULD BE TAKING DOWN TIKTOK, TOOAARON PRESSMANAUGUST 21, 2020FORTUNE
Proscribe French, their mother tongue, and they will hate you and have nothing to do with your schools.
BILINGUALISMN. A. BELCOURT
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PROSCRIBE

  • banish
  • deport
  • displace
  • exile
  • expel
  • expulse
  • ostracize
  • oust
  • proscribe
  • relegate
  • transport
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