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Restrain

To limit or restrict; to deprive of freedom or liberty; to control, check, repress.
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Nevertheless, BNY volunteered to receive PIB funds pursuant to the payment order and, instead of sending them on to X Bank, simply restrained those funds (as if they were PMA funds) for the benefit of the judgment creditor.
According to The Guardian newspaper he was being restrained in an aeroplane seat with his head between his legs when he died.
For our residents who were chemically restrained, the psychiatrist recommended changes in any aspect of the residents' environment that might impact a negative behavior pattern.
(1) (b) I restrained myself from talking when I was eating.
Meralco admitted that the P4.15 amount restrained by the high court was included in the "total amount due" column for about 434,000 of its consumers last February.
He ruled that the interim order of August 13, 2018, which restrained the use of the Assembly complex played on the intelligence of an earlier order and the entire legal system and was a dent on the image of the judiciary.
The court also restrained the Inspector General of Police and the State Security Service (SSS) from sealing off the House of Assembly or obstructing the House in the performance of its duties.
He further pleaded that the respondents be also restrained from taking a cup of tea from the national kitty.
Ford points out that insurance claims can be invalidated if pets are not safely restrained.
Restrained eaters are not necessarily successful dieters, and their behavior is determined by their continuous efforts to lose weight.
LAHORE -- An additional district and sessions judge on Monday restrained singer Meesha Shafi from making any derogatory remarks against fellow artist and singer Ali Zafar.
Care should be taken not to apply pressure to a patient's neck and they should never be restrained in a position that prevents them from breathing, she said.