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    1. ‘I am sure you will meet her sometime, Emma, I have been given strict instructions that my family are to visit me as often as they like

    2. ‘Here,’ he said, giving me strict instructions to sip it slowly

    3. Parking the two excited young people and their baggage in a café nearby with strict instructions not to wander off, she went to introduce herself to the warden, a woman by the name of Zareide

    4. ‘I’ve strict orders to keep you safe

    5. They had now been on the Vikenvor four weeks and in those four weeks he had fallen back into strict monogamy

    6. "The captain gave strict orders that you were to be kept out of the lab, both labs

    7. But what if the chanting and the fire attracted unwelcome visitors? What then? Alexis had been strict in his instructions: light the fire, refresh your body in the water from the spring; every hour make the dance and do the chant - in that order

    8. whom it is meant to be spoken to then stick to a strict question-answer

    9. They were under strict orders to remain silent, no radio contact after they entered our galaxy

    10. Uncle Bertram, her father, was strict and old fashioned; Aunt Clarissa just went along with his views to a large extent

    11. I remember my Dad being quite strict about what I was allowed to do, I railed against it hard and pushed all the time and, in the end he took me on one side and explained, very patiently, that he wasn’t trying to spoil my life – as I had doubtless put it – but was trying to protect me from situations I wasn’t old enough to deal with emotionally

    12. She has strict instructions not to touch any of the stuff in the bags that they packed last night, which are stowed by the front door

    13. ‘David, this is far too much,’ I stuttered, but he only laughs and gives me strict instructions to spend some of it on something for myself

    14. Normally he would not have been so careless; he knew his mother Moana would want to have a word or two with him about his messy room, having very strict views on tidiness, but Tipene was so sad that he had missed his chance to win a set of new golf clubs for Tane that he paid no attention to the teddy-bear whatsoever

    15. After I had run out of money, my parents put me on a strict weekly ration of $25 to live on and if you aren’t wild and crazy, you could live on $25 a week for food and a few other essentials

    16. The disorders which generally prevail in the economy of the rich, naturally introduce themselves into the management of the former; the strict frugality and parsimonious attention of the poor as naturally establish themselves in that of the latter

    17. ‘Saint Laurent’s isn’t that strict

    18. And rather than adopt a strict plan for their service, they are open to what God wants to do

    19. By a strict interpretation of the words, too, the operation of this statute has been limited to

    20. "Grandpa gave strict instructions he was to be left here with us, hang on Flitter there's the clerks counter he can hide under, they'd be none the wiser

    21. But then uniforms hadn't been as strict since the journey to B

    22. No, she was new here, and the Mistress seemed extremely strict

    23. once there he discovered that the Abbey was a strict

    24. visits… The doctor would have strongly advised fifteen days strict

    25. In Scotland, more than one fifth, perhaps more than one third part of the whole lands in the country, are at present supposed to be under strict entail

    26. Helez’s religion was very strict and required marital fidelity

    27. Helez was very strict about Zarko’s visits and either had a chaperone present in the form of one of her slave girls or insisted on leaving the door open

    28. But most of all, would it be up to the standards of the Hebrews? He knew they had a very strict hygiene code

    29. of course, by adhering to a strict ethical code

    30. The distress which, in years of scarcity, the strict execution of those laws might have brought upon the people, would probably have been very great ; but, upon such occasions, its execution was generally suspended by temporary statutes, which permitted, for a limited time, the importation of foreign corn

    31. His parents were very strict about such matters as

    32. Emigration rules were strict for anyone, especially an Anglo employee

    33. Its form was strict, and the rugged stone made the keep seem older than it was

    34. France, the Benelux Countries, Italy and Germany had imposed strict immigration quotas, except for educational visas

    35. Commercially sponsored space agencies were bound by a strict code; their only defence might lay in the mission contract

    36. The monopoly is more or less strict, according as the terms of admission are more or less difficult, and according as the directors of the company have more or less authority, or have it more or less in their power to manage in such a manner as to confine the greater part of the trade to themselves and their particular friends

    37. In this state of things, therefore, this company was, in every respect, a strict and oppressive monopoly

    38. Though the principles of the banking trade may appear somewhat abstruse, the practice is capable of being reduced to strict rules

    39. The value of the risk, either from fire, or from loss by sea, or by capture, though it cannot, perhaps, be calculated very exactly, admits, however, of such a gross estimation, as renders it, in some degree, reducible to strict rule and method

    40. To render such an establishment perfectly reasonable, with the circumstance of being reducible to strict rule and method, two other circumstances ought to concur

    41. Whether the trade which those companies carry on, is reducible to such strict rule and method as to render it fit for the management of a joint-stock company, or whether they have any reason to boast of their extraordinary profits, I do not pretend to know

    42. The commander of each escort vessel in the attack fleet had been given strict instructions to get a missile lock on Vanguard as early as possible but not to use actually any weapons, other than in self-defence, and to come to a complete halt and hold formation at a distance of ten kilometres from Vanguard

    43. It must give them public encouragement in order to their subsistence; and it must provide against that negligence to which they will naturally be subject, either by annexing particular ho0nours to profession, by establishing a long subordination of ranks, and a strict dependence, or by some other expedient

    44. distinction of ranks has once been completely established, there have been always two different schemes or systems of morality current at the same time; of which the one may be called the strict or austere; the other the liberal, or, if you will, the loose system

    45. He dares not do anything which would disgrace or discredit him in it; and he is obliged to a very strict observation of that species of morals, whether liberal or austere, which the general consent of this society prescribes to persons of his rank and fortune

    46. It is complicated as there are strict rules on what information I can give and what information must be restricted

    47. The austerity of their manners gave them authority with the common people, who contrasted the strict regularity of their conduct with the disorderly lives of the greater part of their own clergy

    48. In fact they were very strict

    49. More strict than most of my friends parents

    50. I think if they had more children they would have not been so strict

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    exacting stern strict rigorous nonindulgent rigid hard-and-fast austere demanding harsh severe inflexible precise accurate exact particular scrupulous critical careful close minute