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Restrain

To limit or restrict; to deprive of freedom or liberty; to control, check, repress.
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A second potential driver or restrainer on the regrowth of Sunni insurgency in Iraq is the support (or lack thereof) of the population for militant resistance activities.
The experimental Group B was given immobilization stress by keeping them in locally fabricated wire mesh restrainer consisting of 10 compartments.
In this study, we evaluated the post-surgical variables of ventilator time, need for re-surgery during the first 24 hours, drainage during the first 24 hours, blood pressure, temperature, biochemical variables (hemoglobin, serum urea, serum sodium, and serum glucose), drain secretions on the subsequent days, arterial blood gas analysis (pH, decreased arterial oxygen, increased arterial carbon dioxide), infusion of blood products, need for analgesics, need for inotropes, visitors and physical restrainers after surgery.
The rat was kept for 15 mins inside a loose fitting perpex restrainer with tail outside, for acclimatization before starting the experiment.
The observation that the high restrainers did not remember more food cues than animal cues is not in line with the results of Israeli and Stewart (2001).
His restrainers, sensing the end of the battle, lowered their guard.
Stress paradigms: In the current study, rats were placed in Plexiglas cylindrical restrainers and fit tightly into them during 6h/day for 21 days in the chronic stress model.
Three of the husbands were described by their wives as guilt restrainers.
2009) The emerging market for intellectual property: drivers, restrainers, and implications, Journal of Economic Geography, 9, p.
Explanations for this might be that the restrainers became less cautious because at that stage the patient was fully restrained or the restrainers got tired during the holds.
Use the trimmings to weave into wigwam plant supports and low fences or edging, which can then be used as decorative plant restrainers to prevent perennials flopping on to a path or lawn.
It can be very important in photonic industry in order to produce optical restrainers," she said.