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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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We may consider banning slaughter of other animals too.
In addition to effectively banning handguns, the city requires that all long guns be kept unloaded and locked.
When enough evidence is gathered against a thug,police will be seeking to get a banning order.
The bill was the third try in banning the procedure, also known formerly as intact dilation and extraction.
The law is aimed at banning what doctors identify as intact dilation and extraction (D&X), which is used most often between twelve and twenty weeks and occasionally after twenty weeks of pregnancy, depending on the physician's determination of the best way to terminate a problem pregnancy with the woman's health interest in mind.
But Pius Ncube, the outspoken Roman Catholic archbishop of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second city, said the banning of Bishop Kunonga ia a warning to other church leaders.
Bylaws banning smoking in restaurants are already in place in two northwestern communities and many more are under development.
As a result, many school officials say that banning peanut butter is the best way to avoid such risks.
Chairman Brown is the one who resurrected the banning issue in a speech in 1999.
Twenty-eight states have passed laws banning "partial-birth" abortions.
Last term, for example, the Court struck down a law banning advertisements of alcohol content in beer because the government's reasons were belied by the patchwork nature of the ban.