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Example Sentences for "outlaw"

The government has tried to silence its opposition by outlawing certain political partiesThe government wants to outlaw pipes used for smoking marijuana.

The government has tried to silence its opposition by outlawing certain political parties.

Alcohol was outlawed in this country for a short time in the 1930s.

Jesse James was a famous outlaw of the Wild West.

In my opinion, the music of Britney Spears should be outlawed because of its negative influence on the art world.

Intense lobbying by consumer groups in the 1930s forced governments around the world to outlaw false claims in advertising.

In 1882, after more than 15 years of robbing banks, outlaw Jesse James was shot in the back by one of his own gang.

Many people feel that the use of cell phones by those who are driving a car should be outlawed.

In 1905, forced labor practices were completely outlawed in Thailand.

The government continues to outlaw the sale of marijuana, but generally ignores the personal use of the drug.

The sale of chewing gum is outlawed in Singapore.

In 1990, Romania outlawed the Communist Party, the first former communist country in Eastern Europe to do so.

Slavery was outlawed in United States territories in June of 1862.

The British government outlawed the Irish Republican Army in 1974, three days after a bomb exploded in a Birmingham pub, killing 21 people.

In the early 1900s, women voters used their lobby to convince legislators to outlaw the production, sale and consumption of alcohol.

Find someone who thinks pornography on the Internet should be outlawed.


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