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    Is it acceptable to use "prohibited" in a memo, for example,
    "smoking is prohibited in the offices"?

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    Re: prohibit

    Quote Originally Posted by ziawj2 View Post
    Is it acceptable to use "prohibited" in a memo, for example,
    "smoking is prohibited in the offices"?
    Yes, though 'Smoking is not permitted ...' sounds less heavily authoritarian.

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