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UNO puts such an onus on smoking students that it ultimately seems like a bully, even more than a nanny.
The university claims students can face a citation or fine for violating the UNO smoking prohibition.
Louisiana state law—contrary to what UNO official policy claims—affirms this fact.
UNO currently bans students from smoking in their own cars on campus, despite the fact that it has no legal grounds to do so.
But there are critical contradictions between Louisiana state law and UNO policy.
Ad unam veram concordem religionem, sicut omnes sub uno Christo sumus et militamus.History of the Great Reformation, Volume IV|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
En el camino dividieron la présa y tocó a quatrocientos pesos a cada uno de sesenta y quatro personas.
Marius pro duobus triumphis, qui offerebantur, uno contentus fuit.Selections from Viri Romae|Charles Franois L'Homond
In Sussex again the statement X tenuit pro uno manerio frequently occurs.
If a man has one ox which is employed as a beast of the plough, they say of him: Arat cum uno bove.