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Restrain

To limit or restrict; to deprive of freedom or liberty; to control, check, repress.
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Due to the high cognitive access of dietary thoughts, it is initially possible that restrainers do not pay any selective attention towards tempting food stimuli which could be considered as a potential threat to their diet (17).
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.
During recent earthquakes in China, the damage of middle and small span girder bridges included mainly girders falling, bearings sliding, collision of the adjacent girders in the expansion joint, and restrainer or abutment damage.
Group B was given immobilization stress by keeping them in wire mesh restrainers locally fabricated consisting of 10 compartments.
These retrofitting measures include restrainers, steel and concrete jackets, as well as fiber-reinforced polymer jackets for sheer strengthening and ductility enhancement of columns.
Traditionally, according to David Good (2013), redistributive policymaking comprised three players: (1) the "advocates," the ministers, and senior officials in social departments, such as National Health and Welfare and its successor, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada; (2) the "restrainers," the minister, and officials in the Department of Finance; and (3) the "gatekeepers" in the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) and the Privy Council Office (PCO), who kept track of priorities.
Se procedio a ligar, el extremo de la canula y luego a suturar con hilo de seda quirurgico No20, la especie operada se deja en restrainers con papel toalla para absorber la orina, los cuales se cambian periodicamente hasta que la rata recupere su movilidad.
Husbands and fathers became protectors of female chastity, rather than restrainers of vigorous female sexual desire that characterized seventeenth century gender relationships, although older ideas about gender relations and male and female sexuality certainly persisted into the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
In this study, a few things were taken into consideration such as ventilator time, need for re-surgery, drainage during the first 24 hours after the surgery, need for inotropes, increased arterial carbon dioxide, Arrhythmias that require intervention care, need for analgesic, using of restrainers (handcuffs and shackles) and visitors with post-surgical delirium (p-value < 0.050).
To record the baseline value, animals were put inside restrainers for 30 minutes, and this was repeated for 4-5 times, to acclimatize the animals.
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).