Example sentences for: interdiction

How can you use “interdiction” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The interdiction is meaningless for English grammar (or style), having been carried over from Latin, where a preposition must accompany the word it is connected with syntactically and semantically; like the caveat concerning split infinitives, which cannot be split in Latin because, as in most other Indo-European languages, they are single words, unsplittable nuclei, unlike the atom,

  • Therefore, the United States should work with the international community to develop laws and an international legal regime with universal jurisdiction to enable the capture, interdiction, and prosecution of such smugglers by any state in the world where they do not disclose their activities.

  • He has asked Congress to increase interdiction funding by 7 percent and international program funding by 25 percent in 1997.

  • They made their way across the border and into Tibet, contending with treacherous terrain, frostbite, hunger, robbers, and an interdiction against foreigners.

  • In any event, Clinton is now reversing the interdiction cuts.


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