use forbidding in a sentence.
I never mentioned forbidding anything.
Problems are forbiddingly hard until they aren't.
Well, are you also including the fact that there is nothing forbidding repeated words?
So why not pass a law forbidding police departments from using helicopters?
Facebook has rules forbidding hate speech.
Regarding the HR comment, the Fair Labor Standards Act forbids employers from forbidding employees from discussing their salaries.
Separate from that law, literally every New York lease I've ever seen has included terms forbidding the rental behavior that AirBNB promotes, and I'd be surprised if the bylaws of every co-op didn't include house rules forbidding this type of activity.
Just a thought experiment: forbidding scientists to submit papers to open access journals would be a bit too draconian, wouldn't it?
Since when has forbidding people from doing something ever stopped them from doing it?
Do you think forbidding jury nullification would've done anything to stop that?
US citizens are still forbidden from travelling to Cuba, and an embargo forbidding US companies from trading with Cuba is still in effect.
The world is larger than the USA, and twelve US states have laws forbidding the recording of private conversations without all parties consent.
By forbidding to use old art for music or even movie extracts, they set the bar higher for independent movie filmmakers.