lawful for, to, in, unto or under?

Prepositions after "lawful"

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In 62% of cases lawful for is used

It is not lawful for me to fight.

He, said: She is not lawful for me.

You are unlawful for me to approach.

Nothing of his brother is lawful for a Muslim except what he himself allows willingly.

They are not lawful for them (as wives ), nor are they lawful for them (as husbands )?

We do not believe that it should be lawful for you to spread contamination in this way.

So it is not lawful for anyone who believes in Allah and the Last Day to shed blood in it or cut down a tree in it.

The entire universe is made subservient to man in which man uses what is lawful for his nourishment and well being.

Author: deputy O people! Be pious and conscious of Allaah and enjoy the good things that He has made lawful for you.

All things are lawful for me, but all things are not expedient:all things are lawful for me, but all things edify not.

In 11% of cases lawful to is used

Spoils have been made lawful to me.

Know Naught! All ways are lawful to Innocence.

It is unlawful to make status of human beings and animals.

Is it unlawful to eat the meat of a domestic hen, which eats impurities like faeces? A.

The cattle are lawful to you, except those (that will be) mentioned to you (as exceptions).

Even if we caught anyone stealing, it is lawful to hand such to the police and not killing them.

For whatsoever is not lawful to the whole Church can not by any ecclesiastical right become lawful to any of its members.

He said I was a mute because I do not speak any forbidden word, and I have never spoken to a man who is not lawful to me.

Yet He allowed it for those facing emergencies, and made it lawful to him when his body could not be sustained otherwise.

He said I was mute because I do not speak any forbidden word, and I have never spoken to any man who is not lawful to me (i.

In 10% of cases lawful in is used

This is lawful in the first degree.

His actions are not lawful in Hong Kong.

Questions lawful in cross-examination 146.

Married Muslims are expected to even enjoy that more, because it's lawful in their case.

The person's possession of the firearm was lawful in the state in which the journey began; B.

Whatsoever is lawful in the Commonwealth can not be prohibited by the magistrate in the Church.

It isn't that abortion -- at any stage of a pregnancy, for any reason, and at public expense -- is lawful in Canada.

She became lawful at sunrise, unlawful at noon, again lawful in the afternoon, unlawful at sunset and lawful at night.

HALAL In general every food is considered lawful in Islam unless it is specially prohibited by the Qu'ran or the Hadith.

EXTERNAL LINKS: (these will open in a new window) GITEACPOC says that JCP has been unlawful in Belize since at least 1993.

In 3% of cases lawful by is used

As expected, the ESM was declared lawful by the ECJ.

This data retention has, incredibly, been found to be lawful by the courts.

They think that by doing so they change things made lawful by Allah into unlawful and vice versa.

Such characterization can not be affected by the characterization of the same act as lawful by internal law.

It has been specifically made lawful by the Qur? an and the Holy Prophet, therefore this provision subsists as unrescinded.

The majority of people who enter Australia either permanently or temporarily remain lawful by complying with the conditions of their visa.

Furthermore, he advised Muslims to do the same, but he never told them that what was unlawful could be lawful by saying Bismillah over it.

All of the letters also stated that the activities had been determined to be lawful by the Attorney General, except for one letter that covered a period of less than sixty days.

Yet were it not lawful by him to anoint any woman, to any manner of office or dignity, seeing that this Ceremony was never appointed to any other but only to priests, kings, and prophets.

In 3% of cases lawful under is used

These loans as described are lawful under the federal securities laws.

Capital punishment was lawful under international law and a national matter.

These arrangements as described are lawful under the federal securities laws.

These powers must be exercised in a manner which is lawful under the Companies Acts.

Assisting them in marrying (in a manner that has been deemed lawful under the Shari'ah).

GITEACPOC says that CP in school is lawful under the Education Act 1991, as amended in 2000.

The better news is that discriminating on the principle of age in the workplace is not lawful under both the Fed.

Does the Act do what the UK says it does and would this be lawful under international law? As I indicate below, the Act does do what the UK says it does.

There are other examples of the use of force by States that would have been unlawful under International Law but became acceptable because of customary practice.

In 3% of cases lawful unto is used

The spoils of war were made lawful unto me.

This day are (all) things good and pure made lawful unto you.

The food of the People of the Book is lawful unto you and yours is lawful unto them.

Except the forbidden women) the rest are lawful unto you to seek them with gifts from your property (i.

The Apostle Paul tells us that all things are lawful unto him but it is not everything that is expedient to him.

Lawful unto you are all beyond those mentioned, so that ye seek them with your wealth in honest wedlock, not debauchery.

If any of these has been transgressed, and yet God has not imputed the same, it makes not the like fact or deed lawful unto us.

And if he has divorced her (the third time ), then she is not lawful unto him thereafter until she has married another husband.

Say: lawful unto you are (all) things good and pure: and what ye have taught your trained hunting animals (to catch) in the manner directed to you by Allah.

Say: Lawful unto you are (all) things good and pure and what you have taught your trained hunting animals (to catch) in the manner directed to you by Allah.

In 2% of cases lawful on is used

The justification of His disciples actions shows that works of necessity is lawful on Sabbath.

For all the reasons stated in this article, television can never be passed as lawful on the basis of Shari? ah.

This agreement for publication will become lawful on the authors ' side from submitting the manuscript, on the journal's side from the announcement of the publication's acceptance.

In 1% of cases lawful according is used

Thus his execution was lawful according to the rules in force.

Israel's current operations in Gaza are Lawful according to U.

Surah Nisaa ', verse 24 is very clear Quranic evidence that Mut'a marriage is lawful according to the Holy Qur'an.

Unless the shareholders move quickly they will lose again and this is not lawful according to their rights as shareholders.

If a habit is made of not pronouncing the name of Allah due to negligence and taking the matter lightly, the animal would not be lawful according to the ShafiTi school also.

In 1% of cases lawful as is used

Steel has substantial lawful as well as unlawful uses, and the mere fact that it could be misused does not prove that it was misused.

In 1% of cases lawful at is used

The use of IT Resources must be lawful at all times.

She became lawful at sunrise, unlawful at noon, again lawful in the afternoon, unlawful at sunset and lawful at night.

No body doubts it was halal (lawful) at the time of the holy prophet(s); it was lawful at the time of Abu-Bakr and a part time of ' Umar.

News organisations could be ordered to remove potentially prejudicial stories from their websites even though those reports were perfectly lawful at the time they were published.

In 1% of cases lawful with is used

It puzzles me, too -- I think lots of MPs must assume a search is only lawful with a warrant and that they've been told the search was unlawful -- which of course they haven't.

House of Commons: Corporal punishment lawful with parental consent HISTORY On 28 January 1997 the UK parliament debated reinstating CP in state schools, ten years after it was abolished.