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proscription

The acquisition of title to real property by one who openly and continuously is in adverse possession of it for a period sufficiently long that the statute of limitations bars the previous owner from reclaiming it (usually 20 years).
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The target's founders will join the buyer's senior management and will continue to lead the ProScribe team, Envision Pharma said.
Accepted demands of the proscribed group regarding the CNICs, inexplicably delayed in proscribing terrorist organisations, and did not proscribe a well-known terror organisation," the report read.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd took the decision to proscribe National Action after an assessment that it was "concerned in terrorism" ahead of Mair's trial.
We never took any decision to proscribe lightly, but only on the basis of a very considered assessment.
The First Amendment, by prohibiting laws that proscribe the free exercise of religion, demonstrates the great value placed on protecting religious worship from impermissible government intrusion.
It also noted that Nisar accepted the demands of the proscribed organisation regarding CNICs, Inexplicably delayed proscribing terrorist organisations, and failed to proscribe a well-known terrorist organisation.
It also noted that he accepted the demands of the proscribed organisation regarding CNICs, Inexplicably delayed proscribing terrorist organisations, and failed to proscribe a well-known terrorist organization, Justice Isa further said.