Void where prohibited or where restricted by law in a manner inconsistent with these Official Rules.
The government has since prohibited the production, sale, and import of these products.
The solicitation of campaign donations from foreign nationals is prohibited by the Federal Election Campaign Act.
Much of the mainstream media has recognized the rally's political nature and prohibited its staff from taking part.
We have to respect some things, but going internationally anywhere to have sex acts underage is prohibited under U.S. law.
But Vatsyayana is of opinion that congress in water is improper, because it is prohibited by the religious law.
Moreover, the making of payments to England, France or Russia has been prohibited.
Witnesses were prohibited to testify as to common rumor unless they could allege reasons and details.
As a concession to Islam, all intoxicating drink is prohibited in England.
The right of the police of Boston to affiliate has always been questioned, never granted, is now prohibited.