Examples of disallow in a Sentence
The touchdown was disallowed because of a penalty.
disallowing the philosophical concept of free will
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Then in 1902, a woman, British figure skater Madge Syers, entered the competition thanks to a loophole in the rules; there was no rule disallowing women, wrote Hines in the Historical Dictionary of Figure Skating.
Dallas had a potential third goal disallowed when the Coyotes challenged for offside, and Jamie Benn’s power-play goal was reversed.
West Brom saw what at first appeared a legal goal disallowed for offside in the first-half, before the hosts' Mohamed Salah was awarded a penalty with the help of VAR.
Forty-five years ago today, first-trimester abortions became legal in the United States when the Supreme Court made a decision on Roe v. Wade that disallowed the existing state and federal restrictions.
Goal-line technology entered soccer after a goal was wrongly disallowed at the 2010 World Cup.
The Canadians had a goal disallowed 12:13 in when Gustavsson made the initial stop but had difficulty covering up the puck in his crease.
Ronaldo had an early goal disallowed for offside, goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen got his foot on Ronaldo's strike to turn it past the post, and Karim Benzema headed off the post in the 42nd.
However, the Browns failed to notify the NFL of the trade before the 4 p.m. ET deadline that day and the move was ultimately disallowed.
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