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use "forbade" in a sentence

The kashrut forbade the consumption of fish without scales or appendages.

Thomas Aquinas even allowed for the overthrow of a king (and even regicide when the king was a usurper and thus no true king) but he forbade, as did the Church, the overthrow by his subjects of any legitimate

Starting in 1952 his first foray into professional showbiz was playing schoolboy roles in films.

When Prime Minister Winston Churchill learned of her foray, he asked President Roosevelt to have the American Navy look for the raider and to keep the Royal Navy informed of developments during the search.

After a brief foray into drug dealing as a teenager, Ortíz found his true calling.

The darker voiced dramatic soprano may even make a foray into the dramatic mezzo-soprano territory with great success.

Brown, pp. 96 97 On March 4, Hawes told Davis by letter that "our cause is steadily on the increase" and assured him that another foray into the Commonwealth would produce better results than the first had.

This marked the first foray of the company outside of its Charlotte base, and also began a demographic shift still in process today.

This foray was dangerous, but once the inundation weapon was successfully deployed Hierges was forced to retreat.

However, the sheer size and poor quality material doomed its first foray into the RHD market.

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