banning, present participle; banned, past participle; bans, 3rd person singular present; banned, past tense;
Officially or legally prohibit
he was banned from driving for a year
a proposal to ban all trade in ivory
Officially exclude (someone) from a place
he once was banned from a casino in Reno
A monetary unit of Romania, equal to one hundredth of a leu
prohibition: a decree that prohibits something
forbid the public distribution of ( a movie or a newspaper)
100 bani equal 1 leu in Moldova
prohibit especially by legal means or social pressure; "Smoking is banned in this building"
banish: ban from a place of residence, as for punishment
an official prohibition or edict against something
Bánovce nad Bebravou (Banowitz, Bán) is a town in Slovakia, in the Trenčín Region.
The Bleach anime and manga series features a large number of characters created by Tite Kubo. The series takes place in a fictional universe in which the characters are divided into various factions and fictional races with distinct themes. ...
Mum was the first brand of commercial deodorant. Containing a zinc compound as its active ingredient, it was developed and patented by an inventor in Philadelphia in 1888 whose name has been lost to history. ...
A ban, sometimes called a hartley (symbol Hart) or a dit (portmanteau of decimal digit), is a logarithmic unit which measures information or entropy, based on base 10 logarithms and powers of 10, rather than the powers of 2 and base 2 logarithms which define the bit. ...
The ban was a political and territorial institution in the Frankish kingdoms, meaning a grant of power to command men. Following its civil, military or religious meanings, it ended up as a metonym for territory where such a grant applied. ...
In Arthurian legend, Ban is the King of Benwick or Benoic. He is the father of Sir Lancelot and Sir Hector de Maris, the brother of King Bors, and an early ally of King Arthur.
prohibition; A public proclamation or edict; a summons by public proclamation. Chiefly, in early use, a summons to arms; The gathering of the (French) king's vassals for war; the whole body of vassals so assembled, or liable to be summoned; originally, the same as arrière-ban: in the 16th c. ...
(Banned) Also known as delisted or blacklisted, a banned site is a URL that has been removed from a search engine’s Index, typically for engaging in Black Hat SEO. Banned sites are ignored by search engines.
(Banned) Your website can get penalized by a search engine for doing something that is against their terms of service. Being banned means that your entire website/domain name is removed from a search engine’s index completely. ...
(Banned) refers to a web site being de-indexed from a search engine. This usually only happens in cases where a webmaster has attempted to manipulate search engine results.
(Banned) A web site that has been ignored by search engines. Those site operators who attempt to gain position or monopolise search engine results by unscrupulous means, such as spamming or deceiving spiders with content different from what human visitors see. ...
(Banned) Having your account disabled on a freebie site or forum, usually for a rule violation. The ban can be either permanent or temporary depending on the severity of the offense.
(Banned) When a player breaks the rules (typically the ‘no multi accounts’ rule) they are banned from the world and unable to play any more. It is against the rules to discuss bans in the public forums. Bans can be appealed by sending in a ticket.
(Banned) When a search engine blocks a site to appear in its result is a ban for that website.
(Banning) Action from the pay per click service provider when a publisher or advertiser disrespect the rules.
(Banning) is the main punishment in Club Penguin for breaking the rules. When a penguin does a offensive crime, like hacking or swearing, the banned ID appears at the user. The time of a ban ranges from twenty-four hours to permanent (termination. ...
(BANS) From bands; a whole lot, a great deal, nuff, whole heap.
(Bans) A public announcement or proclamation, ‘bans’ were often ‘cried’ for an upcoming marriage in order to provide time for any objectors to come forward. Often the bans were cried 30 days in advance. For tournaments, bans were often issued telling of the time and place of the tournament. ...
Banned users can no longer sign in to a site that they have been banned from. Moderators, administrators, and site creators have the ability to ban other users from their site.