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outlaw

1. (formerly) a person excluded from the law and deprived of its protection
2. any fugitive from the law, esp a habitual transgressor
3. a wild or untamed beast
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According to an Interior Ministry source, the arrest of Abdul Rehman Makki took place during the crackdown against outlawed organisations.
It is to mention here that extending financial assistance to the outlawed groups in the name of charity has been punishable offence under the law.
Mr el-Keeb said that the building of the council of ministers came under attack by 'outlawed gunmen pretending to be revolutionaries, but they are not." He went on to say: "These outlaws claimed that their attack was for getting some cash allocated as rewards for the real revolutionaries.
WHAT is it going to take before our MSPs in Holyrood finally wake up and realise that airguns must be outlawed - and outlawed now?
Nevertheless, it kept getting stronger in the minds of ordinary Englishmen, and in 1807 Parliament outlawed the slave trade.
In early November, Belgium's supreme court outlawed Vlaams Blok (VB), the nation's largest political party.