But beneath that formal prohibition, members of other faiths do appear quietly to pursue their beliefs.
The British official said sanctions could take various calibrated forms, including a simple condemnation but moving on to a formal prohibition on uranium enrichment, turning last November's voluntary agreement into a mandatory ban.
In face of Edward's formal prohibition of an invasion, the disinherited could not mount an attack by land from England, and they therefore sailed from the Humber on 31 July 1332.
Most states that sought to avoid an establishment of religion around the time of the founding placed in their Constitutions formal prohibitions against using tax funds to support the ministry.
No Barriers to Action Speaking mostly off the record, several policy makers noted in interviews that there are no formal prohibitions that bar Mr. Greenspan from acting between meetings.
Twice in 1648, in January and December, different groups of former King's Men tried to re-activate the troupe, despite the formal prohibition on play-acting by the Commonwealth regime.
There are no formal prohibitions on changing one's religion.
It is unclear whether there is any formal legal prohibition of the use of unofficial census figures for legislative redistricting, but such a move would be extremely unusual.
The failure of the formal prohibition against yuta was acknowledged by government, but the government's stated ideals would not permit repealing it.
Finally, it is recommended that this text should correlate and reinforce the formal prohibition of dismissal during pregnancy and maternity leave.