However, some of them (the same professors who prohibit note taking on laptops) are still against technology in their classrooms.
Nowhere, however, does the Bible prohibit two men from being married.
He has argued that the government should be able to prohibit both gay sex and adultery.
But he concedes that his political partners do intend to press for an outright ban and “prohibit all use of soft drugs.”
His first demand was that the country's official constitution be rewritten to prohibit extradition.
She, at all events, had promised to take Maiden May up to them, and Adam could not prohibit her doing so.
Then why, exactly, do you wish me to prohibit the child from coming to Challis Court?
The insurance companies were obliged in self-defence to prohibit their use in insured buildings.
The constitution is interpreted to prohibit women from holding any other office.
The Congress shall also have power to prohibit the introduction of slaves from any State not a member of this Confederacy.