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Banning,

resort city (1990 pop. 20,570), Riverside co., S Calif., in a fruit-growing area between Mt. San Jacinto and Mt. San Gorgonio; inc. 1913. Consumer goods and electrical equipment are manufactured. An annual stagecoach day festival is held, and the city has a stagecoach museum. Nearby are San Bernardino National Forest, a state park, and a Univ. of Southern California art complex.
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PEOPLE under Merseyside Police banning orders after trouble before, during or after Liverpool or Everton games include: Peter Meehan, 29,of Stapley Gardens, Halewood, six year ban.
The bill was the third try in banning the procedure, also known formerly as intact dilation and extraction.
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Terrace Bay and Schreiber township councils were the first in Northern Ontario to pass bylaws banning smoking in restaurants.
Chairman Brown's reversal of her position in favor of banning bath seats a week before the May 23 briefing could not have pleased the petitioners, Consumer Federation of America, et al, who demanded a total ban.
Before and during the 16-month period when the ban was under consideration, the agency repeatedly said it lacked evidence of a safety problem that would justify banning radar detectors.
Connecticut in 1990 prohibited municipalities from banning the use or sale of PS packaging products if local vendors, commercial users, or retail users demonstrated that they were actively engaged in efforts to recycle PS packaging.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last week proposed banning five widely used asbestos products, then phasing out over 10 years all mining, importation and remaining uses for the mineral.
Only fifteen days later, the firm is one step closer to reaching its primary goal of banning the manufacture and sale of ephedra-containing products nationwide.
The subtext was, then, that banning the lap dance would render the city's many strip clubs as wholesome as the gym.
I regard a ban on reproductive cloning to be analogous to current legislation banning incest, which is based on a similar mix of safety and ethical considerations.