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  Ban (title) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ban is a title of either Avar or Illyrian origin, the title was used in some states in central and south-eastern Europe between the 7th century and the 20th century.
Ban was the title of land administrators in the old lands of Bosnia by its indigenous population, since the 7th century.
Ban was also the title of province administrators in the medieval Croatian state and in the kingdom of Hungary, since the 9th century or since ca.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ban_(title)   (938 words)

 Ban (title)
Ban was also the title of province administrators in the medieval Croatian state and in the kingdom of Hungary, since the 9th century.
When Croatia became a part of the Hungarian kingdom in the 12th century, the title of ban acquired the meaning of viceroy because the bans were appointed by the king, though the banate of Croatia was rarely referred to as a banat.
Nikola Gorjanski was the ban of Mačva in 1387.
pedia.newsfilter.co.uk /wikipedia/b/ba/ban__title_.html   (381 words)

 Encyclopedia: Ban (title)
Ban was a title used in some states in central and south-eastern Europe between the 9th century and the 20th century.
Ban was the title of province administrators in the medieval Croatian state and in the kingdom of Hungary, since the 9th century.
Ban was title of medieval rulers of Bosnia and Wallachia.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Ban-(title)   (932 words)

 Ban - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ban (information), a logarithmic unit of information or weight of evidence; hence also deciban, one tenth of a ban.
ban (title), a noble title which was used in various South European Balkan countries, the title was originally used in the medieval Bosnian state.
A ban is sometimes confused with a block, but both have distinct meanings.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ban   (256 words)

 Talk:Ban (title) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The section title is because these bans were introduced in the 20th century and the previous section was named after a historical period, it breaks the flow to name this one after a country.
The title was first used in croatia in the 1200th century, whereas it was used in Bosnia by native Bosnian bans from the 7th century.
My point is: it is not important to the matter of how many years they had bans but rather in which way they had these bans, one cannot really call the croatian bans in the 18th century to be bans, they were perhaps bans to name but not in way of ruling.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Talk:Ban_%28title%29   (1246 words)

Bans are formed for the prohibition of activities within a certain political territory.
Ban was also the title of province administrators in Hungary; each of the provinces was called Banat.
Ban was also the title for province administrator in Kingdom of Yugoslavia; each of the provinces was also called Banovina.
www.guajara.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/b/ba/ban.html   (198 words)

 [No title]
Title XI prohibits the manufacture, sale, and possession of specific makes and models of military-style semiautomatic firearms and other semiautomatics with multiple military-style features (detachable magazines, flash suppressors, folding rifle stocks, and threaded barrels for attaching silencers) and outlaws most large capacity magazines (ammunition- feeding devices) capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition.
It also banned "features test" weapons, that is, semiautomatics with multiple features (e.g., detachable magazines, flash suppressors, folding rifle stocks, and threaded barrels for attaching silencers) that appeared useful in military and criminal applications but that were deemed unnecessary in shooting sports (see exhibit 2).
The ban's short-term impact on gun violence has been uncertain, due perhaps to the continuing availability of grandfathered assault weapons, close substitute guns and large capacity magazines, and the relative rarity with which the banned weapons were used in gun violence even before the ban.
www.ncjrs.org /txtfiles1/173405.txt   (4866 words)

 Chinese Serial Holdings
IMPRINT = Taibei : Zhonghua xue shu yuan, Zhongguo wen hua xue yuan Zhongguo wen hua yan jiu suo, 1967-1969.
www.lib.unimelb.edu.au /collections/asian/chiser.html   (15765 words)

 Title - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A title is a prefix or suffix added to a person's name to signify either veneration, an official position or a professional or academic qualification.
Note: Some official titles are carried strictly for the term of the office, while others are customarily retained after the office is retired.
Titles conventionally appended to persons' names in social life.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Title   (110 words)

 New Acquisitions: LC Class "P"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Title: Yuan Ming xiao shuo xi qu guan xi yan jiu / Tu Xiuhong zhu.
Title: The invasion from Mars : a study in the psychology of panic / Hadley Cantril ; with the assistance of Hazel Gaudet and Herta Herzog ; with a new introduction by Albert H. Cantril.
Title: The anatomy of melancholy / Robert Burton ; edited and with an introduction by Holbrook Jackson ; and with a new introduction by William H. Gass.
www.library.ohiou.edu /libinfo/news/2005-06/p.htm   (10152 words)

 Basel Action Network (BAN)
Titled Exporting Harm: The High-Tech Trashing of Asia, the report documents a man-made disaster.
BAN estimates another 100,000 migrant workers or more have moved into the area since the early 1990s to eke out a precarious living.
BAN points out that what takes place in Guiyu could not be considered normal.
www.ban.org /Library/ghosts_in.html   (3168 words)

 Lindane ban/title>   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Lindane is banned in the UK for certain uses
The reason given is that the level of exposure of those treating seed with lindane is considered to be above acceptable levels and Ministers have decided that this activity should stop.
On the basis of their advice, we plan to take urgent action to ban the use of lindane in the seed treatment process.
www.pan-uk.org /press/lindban.htm   (231 words)

 Ban - KnowledgeIsFun.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ban (title), a title which was used in some former states in Europe.
Within KnowledgeIsFun, a ban is a formal revocation of editing privileges.
The ban which allows people to edit information on KnowledgeIsFun is called a block.
www.knowledgeisfun.com /B/Ba/Ban.php   (177 words)

 ....................just one minute {THE OFFICIAL MIDOU BAN FANLISTING}   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Together (Which means that it's mostly Ban doing the talking, because he's too proud to admit otherwise.), they boast a one-hundred percent success rate and do indeed guarantee that if it has been lost or stolen, they will get it back...
Ban is the so-called 'protagonist' of the story, though with the rather arrogant way he behaves and how more events seem to center around his partner, who all and all isn't quite as mysterious as the former, one might be convinced that Ban isn't.
In addition to being intelligent, short-tempered, egotistical and greedy, Ban is a lecherous pervert who can't resist an easy grope and is often lured with the show of female body-parts, which HEVN has learned how to fully exploit, never mind that she already had an allergy to clothing in the first place.
www.seiryuu.org /~amiboshi/BanFanlisting   (1305 words)

 CNNSI.com - Boxing - Ban forces Swedes to fight for boxing title in Germany - Friday November 02, 2001 02:46 PM
A ban dating back to 1970 -- 11 years after Ingemar Johansson won the world heavyweight title at Yankee Stadium in New York -- prohibits professional boxers from fighting and even sparring in Sweden.
Roberto, a charismatic former kickboxer with Italian ancestry and plans to run for parliament next year, has openly challenged the ban by throwing an exhibition fight in downtown Stockholm this past summer and by sparring regularly in the Swedish capital.
Pro boxing was banned in Sweden after a study completed in 1969 found that it involved severe and even life-threatening injuries, had a brutalizing effect on the audience and was governed by unsound economic interests.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /boxing/news/2001/11/02/swedish_bans_ap   (369 words)

 Bushmaster Denies Support Of Assault Rifle Ban (my title)
The discussion was about how far apart the pro-gun groups and the anti-gun groups are in trying to understand each other, and that if the anti-gun groups would propose ideas or suggestions that made sense, then we would consider them, but instead their entire effort is to shutdown the industry.
Bushmaster fought the ban until it was clear the legislation would become law.
If the ban is removed, Faraday said a market probably would develop for weapons with the missing modifications, because that would make the guns more like their military cousins.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/911560/posts   (1563 words)

 Fox Hunting - (supportfoxhunting.co.uk)
Timelines -On the current Hunting Bill, the attempts to ban hunting, and on the ban in Scotland.
The ban on fox hunting is "so bad and so ridiculous" it will eventually be changed, Kate Hoey told GMTV's Sunday Programme, she said: "The reality is the police know this is a law which is totally impossible for them to enforce and the bad law always ends up being changed.
With the ban only recently introduced, hunts were eager to try new methods of hunting within the law.
www.supportfoxhunting.co.uk   (3172 words)

 Millar draws two-year ban, stripped of world title
The British cycling federation on Thursday banned David Millar from cycling for two years and stripped him of his world time trial for taking the banned performance enhancer EPO.
The 27-year-old Scot's use of the blood booster erythropoietin was uncovered when French police raided his Biarritz home in June as part of their drug investigation into his team, Cofidis.
In addition to the ban, and loss of his gold medal won during the world's in Canada last year, Millar was also disqualified from last year's Dauphiné Libéré stage race and the 2001 Tour of Spain, and was fined 2000 Swiss francs (1300 euros).
www.velonews.com /race/int/articles/6730.0.html   (427 words)

 CALIFORNIA / Lockyer sued over title of same-sex initiative / Gay marriage ban's backers see intent to deceive voters
Sponsors of an initiative that would amend the state Constitution to ban both same-sex marriage and rights for domestic partners filed a high- stakes lawsuit Tuesday to force changes in the ballot measure's official title and summary, which devotes more space to partners than to marriage.
The measures are sponsored by two separate groups and are worded differently; if any of the three passes, it would short-circuit pending suits that challenge the California law defining marriage as the union of a man and a woman.
Supporters of the measure want to stress its effect on same-sex marriage, which was banned by California voters in a 2000 initiative that did not amend the state Constitution.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/08/03/BAGD7E1TQS1.DTL   (469 words)

 EPA History - Ocean Dumping Ban Act of 1988
The President on November 18 signed into law the Ocean Dumping Ban Act of 1988, which prohibits all municipal sewage sludge and industrial waste dumping into the ocean after December 31, 1991.
Provides for the payment of special fees for dumping and any penalties incurred by a dumper to be deposited into certain funds for use in finding alternatives to ocean dumping.
This title adds four new areas to the list of sites which EPA must give priority consideration when designating new estuaries for inclusion in the National Estuary Program: Massachusetts Bay; Barataria-Terrebonne Estuary Complex, Louisiana; Indian River Lagoon, Florida; and Peconic Bay, New York.
www.epa.gov /history/topics/mprsa/02.htm   (369 words)

 Sponsors of ban to appeal 'domestic partnership' title
Sponsors of an initiative that would amend the state Constitution to ban both same-sex marriage and marital rights for domestic partners said Thursday they will appeal a ruling requiring them to gather signatures under a state-approved heading that emphasizes the measure's effect on domestic partners.
They want to derail pending legal challenges to California's statutory ban on same-sex marriage and override a new law that gives domestic partners most of the rights of married couples.
On Thursday, Sacramento Superior Court Judge Raymond Cadei approved Lockyer's title and a summary that was reworded based on suggestions Cadei made at a hearing two weeks ago.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2005/09/02/MNGH4EHBMQ1.DTL   (286 words)

 Ban Valedictorian title?
Many of the students are encouraging the school to ban the title for at least this year.
A lot of times, several people have 4.0s, but they come from really different students (one from the all- AP student, one from the person who took PE and regular classes all 4 years) This could be eliminated by weighting GPAs, but my school is dumb and doens't include weighted GPAs in rankings.
Titles help in the college process and it is unfair to invalidate a title for a student who has worked hard to attain it.
www.collegeconfidential.com /discus/messages/99/66225.html   (2543 words)

 Residents attempting to ban Handguns (My title) [Free Republic]
But the city council was worried about the legal implications of the original wording, which was "Effective upon the passage of this amendment, the City of Takoma Park shall prohibit the sale, possession, and ownership of handguns within city limits, with the exception of law enforcement officials and members of the National Guard.
She said that while MAHA does not support banning handguns, it does lobby to increase public safety.
During time that such a ban would exist, each resident that currently possesses a handgun will need to be compensated at market value for their property that you have "taken" from them or you will be in violation of the Fifth Amendment.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a3803499a658c.htm   (4519 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
(a) Any physician who, in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce, knowingly performs a partial-birth abortion and thereby kills a human fetus shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than two years, or both.
This paragraph shall not apply to a partial-birth abortion that is necessary to save the life of a mother whose life is endangered by a physical disorder, illness, or injury: Provided, That no other medical procedure would suffice for that purpose.
(d) A woman upon whom a partial-birth abortion is performed may not be prosecuted under this section, for a conspiracy to violate this section, or for an offense under section 2, 3, or 4 of this title based on a violation of this section.
members.aol.com /abtrbng/pbaba.htm   (232 words)

 Dihydrogen Monoxide - Research Reports
Historically, studies which explore the public's desire to support a ban of DHMO produce 80-90% in favor of a ban.
45% of the teachers polled were in favor of the ban, although those asked to fill in questionnaire were less likely than those surveyed verbally to be in favor of the ban.
The parent of one pupil felt strongly enough about the matter to write a letter supporting the ban, not wanting her child or anyone else's children to be exposed to the harmful substance.
www.dhmo.org /research.html   (1031 words)

 Ban user without the title - vBulletin Community Forum
This was meant to be a secretive action from the members at large.
However VB changed the member title from Senior Member to Banned, which I didn't notice so everyone knew and it caused a great deal of trouble.
I want to have the user title say Resigned rather than Banned.
www.vbulletin.com /forum/showthread.php?t=133327   (190 words)

 SI.com - NCAA continues title events ban for S. Carolina over flag - Tuesday March 16, 2004 11:42PM
Furman hosted a NCAA cross-country regional for 21 years until the NCAA ban in 2001.
The Atlantic Coast Conference removed its 2003 baseball tournament from Knights Castle in Fort Mill because of the moratorium.
The University of South Carolina's 18,000-seat Colonial Center was opened in 2002 with NCAA regionals in mind, McGee said.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /2004/basketball/ncaa/specials/ncaa_tourney/2004/03/16/bc.bkc.ncaa.confederate.ap   (722 words)

 Crash.Net FORMULA ONE: Button: Ban ends title hopes, but we'll be back.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Button: Ban ends title hopes, but we'll be back.
Jenson Button has admitted that losing his points from the San Marino Grand Prix and being banned from both the Spanish and Monaco events has effectively ended what were already slim world title ambitions.
Speaking to a select group of British journalists, including those from Crash.net, the Briton opened his heart over what has gone on in the two weeks since he finished third at Imola, and what the recent court of appeal decision means for this weekend, Monaco and beyond.
www.crash.net /uk/en/news_view.asp?cid=1&nid=110223   (889 words)

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