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    1. Luray knew she should restrain herself from bopping into town whistling a Blighnitentide tune, but that was how she felt already

    2. My father ended up beside me to physically restrain me when I started to attempt to jump out of the car into the highway for real

    3. Anna watching out of the window can hardly restrain her giggles and I soon join her

    4. ‘Anna! Restrain yourself, this is a respectable office!’ laughed a voice from the staircase above us

    5. B of things to restrain from

    6. Ozzie threw himself at his friend, trying to restrain him … Kev grabbed Mickey and wrestled with him

    7. with two men to help restrain Petr while he finished

    8. kill him, only to restrain him for his trip back

    9. All the things that fate put in place to restrain

    10. ’ Reynard couldn’t restrain the

    11. restrain himself any longer

    12. ’ Henri struggled to restrain his

    13. questioners, and they each had to restrain themselves

    14. by the question, but managed to restrain his temper

    15. restrain her anger, but she couldn’t deny that it had been

    16. The two agents continued to restrain him by the arms

    17. seconds, throwing punches and kicks not to restrain him as they had with Roman,

    18. hardly able to restrain their laughter at such a ludicrous

    19. were only just able to restrain him

    20. The intention of both regulations is to restrain

    21. It seems, at the same time, however, to indicate another opinion, that this superior profit can last no longer than the laws which at present restrain the free cultivation of the vine

    22. Jean was only able to restrain him with difficulty

    23. But it had soon been found, that to restrain the exportation of wheat till the price was so very low, was, in reality, to prohibit it altogether

    24. was all Jean could do to restrain himself from responding

    25. It was not then the policy of Europe to restrain, by high duties, the importation of foreign manufactures, but rather to encourage it, in order that merchants might be enabled to supply, at as easy a rate as possible, the great men with the conveniencies and luxuries which they wanted, and which the industry of their own country could not afford them

    26. To restrain private people, it may be said, from receiving in payment the promissory notes of a banker for any sum, whether great or small, when they themselves are willing to receive them; or, to restrain a banker from issuing such notes, when all his neighbours are willing to accept of them, is a manifest violation of that natural liberty, which it is the proper business of law not to infringe, but to support

    27. desired, so I restrain the idea as an example of

    28. It is the highest impertinence and presumption, therefore, in kings and ministers to pretend to watch over the economy of private people, and to restrain their expense, either by sumptuary laws, or by prohibiting the importation of foreign luxuries

    29. I meant to restrain myself from anything other than friendliness, until I knew for sure that she wasn’t still hurting over Izzy’s mother’s death

    30. Zarko quickly reacted and stepped in to restrain her

    31. The anxious thief could not restrain his inevitable query any longer

    32. He had to restrain himself from embracing her

    33. So far as it operates in the one way, it must reduce the ability of the labouring poor to educate and bring up their children, and must, so far, tend to restrain the population of the country

    34. So far as it operate's in the other, it must reduce the ability of the employers of the poor, to employ so great a number as they otherwise might do, and must so far tend to restrain the industry of the country

    35. The extraordinary exportation of corn, therefore occasioned by the bounty, not only in every particular year diminishes the home, just as much as it extends the foreign market and consumption, but, by restraining the population and industry of the country, its final tendency is to stint and restrain the gradual extension of the home market ; and thereby, in the long-run, rather to diminish than to augment the whole market and consumption of corn

    36. In a Swiss canton, or in some of the little states in Italy, it may, perhaps, sometimes be necessary to restrain the exportation of corn

    37. In pursuing their interest their own way, their conduct has upon many occasions been overlooked, either because not known or not understood in Europe; and upon some occasions it has been fairly suffered and submitted to, because their distance rendered it difficult to restrain it

    38. Had they been allowed to go on, it is impossible that they should not, at some time or another, have attempted to restrain the production of the particular articles of which they had thus usurped the monopoly, not only to the quantity which they themselves could purchase, but to that which they could expect to sell with such a profit as they might think sufficient

    39. The girls, her classmates, try to restrain their laughter, as they know it will soon be their turn to stand up and sing

    40. The usual corporation spirit, wherever the law does not restrain it, prevails in all regulated companies

    41. 51 ), seems to have had two distinct objects in view; first, to restrain effectually the oppressive and monopolizing spirit which is natural to the directors of a regulated company ; and, secondly, to force them, as much as possible, to give an attention, which is not natural to them, towards the maintenance of forts and garrisons

    42. How dangerous must it have been for the sovereign to attempt to punish a clergyman for any crime whatever, if his order were disposed to protect him, and to represent either the proof as insufficient for convicting so holy a man, or the punishment as too severe to be inflicted upon one whose person had been rendered sacred by religion ? The sovereign could, in such circumstances, do no better than leave him to be tried by the ecclesiastical courts, who, for the honour of their own order, were interested to restrain, as much as possible, every member of it from committing enormous crimes, or even from giving occasion to such gross scandal as might disgust the minds of the people

    43. To farm any considerable branch of the public revenue requires either a great capital, or a great credit; circumstances which would alone restrain the competition for such an undertaking to a very small number of people

    44. Before the commencement of the present disturbances, the coercive power of the mother-country had always been able to restrain those factions from breaking out into any thing worse than gross brutality and insult

    45. He had the impression that he could escape if he wanted to, that they would not use force to restrain him

    46. “But the head of the bed is a couple of feet from the wall, so an orderly can restrain you, and there are actual fuckin’ straps on it

    47. I couldn’t disobey, and I could see in his eyes that he knew it and was allowing himself the pleasure of it, no longer trying to restrain the hold he had over me

    48. If he refused, he had to either restrain me or convince me

    49. Joseph still struggled to restrain the horse; it was too late to react

    50. Johnson’s daughter grabbed the dog’s collar in order to restrain her

    1. ’ Liz said in a very restrained voice

    2. Restrained embraces fluttered from one to the other out of respect for my loss

    3. Drifting languidly from the speakers of a restrained but nonetheless modern stereo system Annie was sure that she could hear the dulcet tones of Leonard Cohen

    4. Once Ali faced five balls in a restrained manner, he could sharpen

    5. “My mate, you were a lot more restrained than I would have been

    6. Restrained good taste would describe it best, I suppose

    7. from the speakers of a restrained but nonetheless modern stereo

    8. ” He almost said ‘what the Kassikan did to her’ but restrained himself

    9. and his marksmanship had brought him restrained praise from the

    10. With a carefully restrained tone, she answered, “Thank you very much for the consideration of nominating me for such a position,” she replied to Olivia, and to Mrs

    11. go with him,' said Collette with barely restrained fury

    12. ’ Gelly restrained himself from pointing out that he

    13. Great labour, either of mind or body, continued for several days together is, in most men, naturally followed by a great desire of relaxation, which, if not restrained by force, or by some strong necessity, is almost irresistible

    14. seemed strangely restrained and distant

    15. By act of assembly, they have restrained its cultivation to six thousand plants, supposed to yield a thousand weight of tobacco, for every negro between sixteen and sixty years of age

    16. With the path before her made clear, every motion was restrained within her, condensed into a single coil waiting for its moment in time to explode

    17. was immediately restrained by one of the bandits, who

    18. A: Even animal lovers concede that the animal must be restrained or terminated

    19. But those exertions of the natural liberty of a few individuals, which might endanger the security of the whole society, are, and ought to be, restrained by the laws of all governments ; of the most free, as well as or the most despotical

    20. If bankers are restrained from issuing any circulating bank notes, or notes payable to the bearer, for less than a certain sum; and if they are subjected to the obligation of an immediate and unconditional payment of such bank notes as soon as presented, their trade may, with safety to the public, be rendered in all other respects perfectly free

    21. They are founded upon the most absurd of all suppositions, the supposition that every successive generation of men have not an equal right to the earth, and to all that it possesses ; but that the property of the present generation should be restrained and regulated according to the fancy of those who died, perhaps five hundred years ago

    22. Its beneficial influence, however, has been much obstructed by entails ; the heirs of entail being generally restrained from letting leases for any long term of years, frequently for more than one year

    23. You are feeling restricted, confined and restrained in a current relationship or business deal

    24. To dream that you are in an enclosure that is shrinking indicates that you feel restrained and confined in some circumstance

    25. The importation of other sorts of grain was restrained at rates and by duties, in proportion to the value of the grain, almost equally high

    26. The freedom of the corn trade is almost everywhere more or less restrained, and in many countries is confined by such absurd regulations, as frequently aggravate the unavoidable misfortune of a dearth into the dreadful calamity of a famine

    27. When it came to General Tullius and even his Legate, the anxiety was much more restrained – but no less present

    28. First, The engrossing of uncultivated land, though it has by no means been prevented altogether, has been more restrained in the English colonies than in any other

    29. It is sort-of restrained laughter, but laughter just the same, and Mr

    30. They seemed to think he would’ve needed to be restrained, but Torbin would not give them the satisfaction

    31. As their gratification, too, how agreeable soever it may be to certain characters, is not attended with any real or permanent advantage, it is, in the greater part of men, commonly restrained by prudential considerations

    32. When the law has restrained them from doing this, they have become altogether useless and insignificant

    33. By this constitution, it might have been expected, that the spirit of monopoly would have been effectually restrained, and the first of these purposes sufficiently answered

    34. But during the two years in which their agreement with government was to take place, they were restrained from any further increase of dividend by two successive acts of parliament, of which the object was to enable them to make a speedier progress in the payment of their debts, which were at this time estimated at upwards of six or seven millions sterling

    35. She wasn’t restrained but she couldn’t move a muscle

    36. But the power of the pope, in the collation of the great benefices of the church, seems, before the reformation, to have been nowhere so effectually and so universally restrained as in France and England

    37. Her fat restrained

    38. “Numbers ten and eleven come here?” Bert made to move but I restrained him saying

    39. Whenever she felt hopeless, trapped inside the prison, she thought of Raven, and it almost felt as though they were not restrained but were wrapped up warm, enclosed in their own space

    40. as he stood there, restrained by the bar, a cocoon of bladders enveloped him, much as they would

    41. ‘No, it really doesn't matter,’ she replied, with clearly restrained annoyance

    42. No loose papers littered the top, a wood caddy restrained pens, and, when she peered in a drawer, rows of alphabetized files peered back

    43. He had to sit down and he was reasonably charged up (excuse the pun) afterwards, and had to be restrained from fatherly kicking the owner for not warning him properly

    44. Man that was great! I hit the target every time, and later had to be restrained from throwing to give others a chance

    45. She was able to understand why she was restrained and that she was in a hospital

    46. It must be fair to the restrained as well

    47. She was restrained and her child was in the hands of a high priest

    48. Frank half-rose, but Marcia restrained him, her cool hand on the back of his

    49. ” The giggle wouldn’t be restrained

    50. Whatever the reason he restrained himself now, I had no doubt that he would use all his power if the stakes were high enough

    1. Someone is restraining this man of sin (the Antichrist)

    2. God is restraining this for now

    3. “I got hit with a restraining order the last time I was in there

    4. moved crates and boxes back against the wall and replaced the restraining straps around

    5. restraining hand on his colleague's arm and remained

    6. Soissons placed a restraining hand on his arm

    7. Francois placed a restraining hand on his shoulder

    8. ‘I said…’ Josephine placed a restraining hand on her

    9. passed through him and his arms, into the two agents restraining him

    10. a restraining hand on his friend’s arm:

    11. First, by restraining the competition in some

    12. It is to prevent his reduction of price, and consequently of wages and profit, by restraining that

    13. It is in this manner that the policy of Europe, by restraining the competition in some

    14. ’ Jean held up a restraining hand

    15. As Jean began to undress his friend placed a restraining

    16. This is a sumptuary law, too, restraining the luxury and extravagance of the poor

    17. “When are we going to talk about the other night?” His tone was much lower than normal and I could see he was restraining anger

    18. Towards the end of his reign, his son Lewis, known afterwards by the name of Lewis the Fat, consulted, according to Father Daniel, with the bishops of the royal demesnes, concerning the most proper means of restraining the violence of the great lords

    19. After the institution of feudal subordination, the king was as incapable of restraining the violence of the great lords as before

    20. By restraining, either by high duties, or by absolute

    21. The French have been particularly forward to favour their own manufactures, by restraining the importation of such foreign goods as could come into competition with them

    22. The extraordinary exportation of corn, therefore occasioned by the bounty, not only in every particular year diminishes the home, just as much as it extends the foreign market and consumption, but, by restraining the population and industry of the country, its final tendency is to stint and restrain the gradual extension of the home market ; and thereby, in the long-run, rather to diminish than to augment the whole market and consumption of corn

    23. In their present state of improvement, those prohibitions, perhaps, without cramping their industry, or restraining it from any employment to which it would have gone of its own accord, are only impertinent badges of slavery imposed upon them, without any sufficient reason, by the groundless jealousy of the merchants and manufacturers of the mother country

    24. It discourages the exportation of the materials of manufacture, and of the instruments of trade, in order to give our own workmen an advantage, and to enable them to undersell those of other nations in all foreign markets; and by restraining, in this manner, the exportation of a few commodities, of no great price, it proposes to occasion a much greater and more valuable exportation of others

    25. Though by restraining, in some trades, the number of apprentices which can be employed at one time, and by imposing the necessity of a long apprenticeship in all trades, they endeavour, all of them, to confine the knowledge of their respective employments to as small a number as possible ; they are unwilling, however, that any part of this small number should go abroad to instruct foreigners

    26. The constant view of such companies is always to raise the rate of their own profit as high as they can; to keep the market, both for the goods which they export, and for those which they import, as much understocked as they can ; which can be done only by restraining the competition, or by discouraging new adventurers from entering into the trade

    27. The company had been suspected of restraining the trade and of establishing some sort of improper monopoly

    28. With his right hand, his left restraining the arm still futilely clutching the gun, Jacob seized

    29. ’ His voice tailed off as the nurse bit at her lip, restraining her exasperated reaction

    30. could muster a protest, pulled down the padded restraining bar to activate the unit, and stepped

    31. It is difficult to advise any course for the Government to stop such practices, as most stringent legislation is of little use in restraining accepted traditions, which the people are bound to follow by a superstitious dread of fearful penalties

    32. There were no human rights within a constitution restraining the government

    33. Until he felt the restraining hand on his arm and saw the helmsman glance back over his shoulder at them, Alex hadn’t realised he’d been shouting

    34. The AFU focuses on restraining and forfeiting the proceeds of crime or the property used to commit crime

    35. Maggie laid a restraining hand on my arm as I raised it to my lips

    36. Leon pressed a restraining fingertip over Herminia’s pursed lips

    37. Marcos put a restraining hand on his arm, retracting it quickly when the light blue eyes settled on his

    38. His whole life he’d been like a saint, restraining himself from evening up the score for all the bullshit he’d taken from Sylvia year in and year out

    39. In restraining the horse, Joseph hadn't managed to retrieve his bow

    40. “Look,” he said, restraining her with a hand upon her wrist

    41. selected to investigate was able to obtain a restraining order preventing them from testifying

    42. something, devote study time to a subject, pursue a hobby or cast a restraining force on runaway thought

    43. He had a rather resonant voice but was deliberately restraining it so it would not carry beyond the room

    44. Restraining myself and loving others creates positive karmic seeds that will bear fruit in this life and beyond

    45. If us guys can't learn to restrain ourselves well sexually before marriage then we'll be terrible at restraining ourselves during marriage when our wife isn't in the mood or doesn't have time or good health for sex

    46. break down, failing even to register the restraining pleas of the

    47. restraining the animal with incredible strength as it swung its

    48. Because by restraining the rays of the sun through the

    49. Don’t contact us or I’ll apply for a restraining order, and to think you are the father of my grandchildren, oh!”

    50. These cases were “conservative” in their effect of restraining the expansion of government at the time

    1. At the sound of Berndt clearing his throat noisily, I jump, immediately trying to extricate myself from Joris’ embrace, but he gently restrains me, turning to face his friend without any embarrassment

    2. The exclusive privilege of an incorporated trade necessarily restrains the competition, in the

    3. apprenticeship restrains it more indirectly, but as effectually, by increasing the expense of

    4. It restrains the circulation of each particular company within a narrower circle, and reduces their circulating notes to a smaller number

    5. Of the few who have this capital or credit, a still smaller number have the necessary knowledge or experience; another circumstance which restrains the competition still further

    6. An agnate who restrains himself would have to live more than two thousand years, on average, to find a cognate

    7. and he who utters a slander, is the fool; In the multitude of words there wants not sin, but he who restrains his lips is wise

    8. His followers used the time to break their restrains and vanished

    9. “Talk to me!” He breathes as he pins me to the wall and restrains me between his arms

    10. restrains and prepare for launch

    11. When a man pulls back his senses from all sides and restrains them

    12. man’s association with objects of sense ends when he restrains them

    13. “And, O Arjun, that man is meritorious who restrains his senses

    14. ings, but he is manifested when he restrains materialistic attachments by

    15. is a duty and which restrains the mind, is the yagya of excellence when it

    16. Blinking the water from his eyes, Loki restrains a shudder

    17. Communication with God restrains outrageous and unacceptable behavior

    18. The dark man restrains Unks by holding him at arm’s length

    19. When the Earth restrains further downward motion of the object that comes as the

    20. Mary restrains Reeves’ legs, before the chair falls over

    21. telling you these things? And you know what restrains him now, so that in his time he may be

    22. For the mystery of lawlessness is already at work, only he who now restrains will do so

    23. Restrains one of the victim's arms

    24. This also Restrains one of the victim's arms

    25. you know what restrains him now, so that in his time he may be revealed

    26. was telling you these things? And you know what restrains him now, so that

    27. Do you not remember that while I was still with you, I was telling you these things? And you know what restrains him now, so that in his time he may be revealed

    28. For the mystery of lawlessness is already at work, only he who now restrains will do so until he is taken out of the way

    29. Remember you not, that, when I was yet with you, I told you these things? And now you know that which restrains, to the end that he may be revealed in his own time

    30. For the mystery of lawlessness is already working; only there is one that restrains now, until he be taken out of the way

    31. Her will, like the veil of her bonnet, held by a string, flutters in every wind; there is always some desire that draws her, some conventionality that restrains

    32. "With your aid, that may be avoided," he continued; "and should there be danger of such an event---should he be the cause of adding a single trouble more to her existence---why, I think I shall be justified in going to extremes! I wish you had sincerity enough to tell me whether Catherine would suffer greatly from his loss: the fear that she would restrains me

    33. The count then placed his foot on his head, saying, "I know not what restrains me from crushing thy skull, rascal

    34. ‘With your aid that may be avoided,’ he continued; ‘and should there be danger of such an event—should he be the cause of adding a single trouble more to her existence—why, I think I shall be justified in going to extremes! I wish you had sincerity enough to tell me whether Catherine would suffer greatly from his loss: the fear that she would restrains me

    35. With effort she restrains

    36. Admit, for the sake of argument, that the embargo, which restrains us now from communication with all the world, is precisely synonymous with that non-intercourse and non-importation which restrained us then from Great Britain

    37. For the correctness of this exposition, an appeal is made to the restriction which immediately follows it, which restrains the right of the States to make anything but gold and silver a legal tender in the payment of debts

    38. Here is a world force which expresses itself on land and sea, and in the heaven above; which has built itself an abode that is the wonder of man; which bids fleets go forth, transports armies, and commands in foreign senates; which restrains kings in their wrath; which feeds the peasant on the banks of the Gloire, and clothes the coolie toiling in the rice fields of Honan

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    Sinônimos para "restrain"

    hold back keep keep back restrain cumber encumber confine constrain hold hinder circumscribe narrow abridge control govern harness bridle suppress