unban

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unban

(ʌnˈbæn)
vb (tr)
to allow something that was forbidden before
Translations

unban

[ˈʌnˈbæn] VTlevantar la prohibición de

unban

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Summary: General Civil Aviation Authority said it "would not be able to give unbanning date"
The reforms also included the suspension of capital punishment, the unbanning of different political parties, as well as the decision to release Nelson Mandela after 27 years of imprisonment.
KUWAIT, Feb 5 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's State Food and Nutrition Authority on Tuesday recommended banning and unbanning the importation of food products from several countries.
One set of administrative measure aimed at banning them was followed by another of unbanning them: Several banned leaders who were barred from travelling out of district, under the fourth schedule category, not only organized street protests but forced the government to remove their names.
The release of political prisoners and the unbanning of opposition political parties led to a spiral of changes that culminated in direct negotiations between the ANC and the government, mass protests and escalating violence on the streets, a whites-only referendum in favor of changing the system, and, ultimately, democratic elections in 1994.
Since coming to power in April, Mr Abiy has made some dramatic changes - including freeing thousands of political prisoners, unbanning some outlawed groups and making peace with long-time foe Eritrea.
In the case of South Africa, it finally ended in 1994 ushering in a democracy which saw the return of exiles, unbanning of liberation movements and the restoration of human dignity.
Banning and unbanning phones in schools, EduTech: A World Bank blog on ICT use in education [Web log post].
In 1990 Hugh returned home, following the unbanning of the African National Congress and the release of Nelson Mandela--an event anticipated in Hugh's anti-apartheid anthem 'Bring Home Nelson Mandela' (1986) which had been a rallying cry around the world.
Niantic wants a level playing field for users so that, apart from unbanning wrongly banned accounts, it will more aggressively seek out accounts that continue to engage in illegal activities.
Likewise the report which appeared directly underneath the Harare and Lusaka raids article entitled "Still trying" profiled the EPG talks and re-enforced the legitimacy of the raids by asserting the view that South Africa was not against the unbanning of political organisations such as the ANC but that the country was "very concerned about the security implications".