Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Armed constabulary remained stationed at Parihaka, enforcing the pass laws and the ban on public meetings, yet rebuilding began.
The demonstration violated a ban on public meetings imposed by the Government, which earlier this month declared three months of martial law to cope with Kuwait's reconstruction.
But after the authorities moved in troops and declared a ban on public meetings, the protesters earlier this week switched tactics and called for making Yerevan a "dead city."
There is a land in Africa where an ethnic minority relies on rigged elections, press censorship, police violence and bans on public meetings to stave off majority rule.
Mrs. Ogata wrote of restrictions on individual freedom including a night-time curfew, a ban on public meetings and the continued shutdown of all universities, depriving some 120,000 students of education.
More than 100,000 Muscovites defied a strong show of military force and Mikhail S. Gorbachev's ban on public meetings to rally today behind his rival, Boris N. Yeltsin.
International A3-8 Muscovites rallied in defiance of a strong show of military force and President Gorbachev's ban on public meetings to show their support for his rival Boris Yeltsin.
Colonel Bagaza's Government has been criticized by human rights organizations and others who say it has relied on rigged elections, press censorship, police violence, political and religious repression and bans on public meetings to stave off majority rule in his one-party state.
State officials denied that the former Defense Minister, Vishwanath Pratap Singh, had been arrested but said they would not allow him to violate an official ban on public meetings in Uttar Pradesh, where more than 100 people were killed last month in Hindu-Moslem riots.
A8 Sri Lanka Tightens Press Laws The government, responding to a series of losses to Tamil rebels, authorized the confiscation of private property, the shutting of newspapers and bans on public meetings, strikes and criticism of the president, when deemed necessary for security.
Interior Minister Boris K. Pugo said 50,000 troops had been deployed in the city alongside the police to reinforce a ban on public meetings in the capital for 20 days that was ordered by Mr. Gorbachev, ostensibly to safeguard the Russian republic's Parliament from "psychological pressures."