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    1. My still damp jeans and shorts lay at the foot of the bed and I put them in the bucket in a vain attempt to confine their ill-humours

    2. preferring to confine the infinite in a spark, a match head

    3. preferring to confine the infinite

    4. He no longer felt the need to confine his online activities to his bedroom and had spent many a happy evening hour running cables around the house and setting up a new wireless router

    5. He no longer felt the need to confine his online

    6. As long as we confine ourselves to interpret

    7. Paper money may be so regulated as either to confine itself very much to the circulation between the different dealers, or to extend itself likewise to a great part of that between the dealers and the consumers

    8. Though no paper money, therefore, was allowed to be issued, but for such sums as would confine it pretty much to the circulation between dealers and dealers; yet partly by discounting real bills of exchange, and partly by lending upon cash-accounts, banks and bankers might still be able to relieve the greater part of those dealers from the necessity of keeping any considerable part of their stock by them unemployed, and in ready money, for answering occasional demands

    9. When those establishments were effectuated, and had become so considerable as to attract the attention of the mother country, the first regulations which she made with regard to them, had always in view to secure to herself the monopoly of their commerce; to confine their market, and to enlarge her own at their expense, and, consequently, rather to damp and discourage, than to quicken and forward the course of their prosperity

    10. In the trade, therefore, to which those regulations confine the merchant of Hamburg, his capital can keep in constant employment a much greater quantity of German industry than he possibly could have done in the trade from which he is excluded

    11. 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

    12. It increases the productive powers of productive labour, by leaving it at liberty to confine itself to its proper employment, the cultivation of land ; and the plough goes frequently the easier and the better, by means of the labour of the man whose business is most remote from the plough

    13. 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

    14. When they have been allowed to act according to their natural genius, they have always, in order to confine the competition to as small a number of persons as possible, endeavoured to subject the trade to many burdensome regulations

    15. In the following examination of different taxes, I shall seldom take much farther notice of this sort of inequality; but shall, in most cases, confine my observations to that inequality which is occasioned by a particular tax falling unequally upon that particular sort of private revenue which is affected by it

    16. Better still, confine them to a chamber

    17. The court, in its infinite wisdom, determined that such practices, (confinement) without first obtaining the consent of that individual……………yes, by all means, confine me!……

    18. François began his account with what happened at the bank, but was abruptly told to confine his statements to the violence

    19. He had been told by his father when he started high school that it was best to confine one’s political viewpoint to family discussions

    20. Afterwards, as they dressed, Elizabeth suggested that they confine their love-making to Fridays

    21. Warrior classes, emerging from them, began to drive the nomads from the disputed prime grazing lands and confine them to the less desirable hill country

    22. Every instance that I have been able to discover as candidates for sub-parables within the larger example have elevated themselves rather well into the real-world contexts of history and scientific discovery, and there are probably many more, but I have to confine myself to what has already been exampled, as my share of what there is to witness to

    23. The dog had been trained to confine his bark to total strangers in the house

    24. It was not a new weapon at all; just one that the Empire had decided to keep secret and confine to this planet, a move which could end up being the worst tactical mistake of this century

    25. “Perhaps I should confine him to the garden

    26. “That would be acceptable as long as we confine the talk to Terry Tucker and the Russian Mafia

    27. When humans started to develop their own way of thinking, that energy materialized, but it was too ferocious against living creatures so we had to confine it

    28. Some secrets between siblings should remain that way, undisclosed to the rest of us who are unable to confine our judgments

    29. Yet, that does not paralyze us nor confine us, nor deter us from buying new cars, using other means of transportation to get to our work, nor doing our daily chores

    30. 39 And Joseph said to them, Seize this man and confine him in prison until his brothers come to him, and Joseph's valiant men hastened and they all laid hold of Simeon to bind him, and Simeon gave a loud and aweful shriek and the cry was heard at a distance

    31. Moreover, with the sudden changes in the atmospheric condition and the freezing winds that frequently resound furiously throughout the zone, visitors have no other choice than to confine themselves to their quarters and feel protection from the cold

    32. more we confine the possible place of an absent object, the less new that object may be when present

    33. 39 And Joseph said to them Seize this man and confine him in prison until his brothers come to him and Joseph's valiant men hastened and they all laid hold of Simeon to bind him and Simeon gave a loud and aweful shriek and the cry was heard at a distance

    34. Having assumed his responsibilities, Adam issued orders to remove Nocor’s implant and to permanently confine him at the Station, where he would be subject to close surveillance at all times

    35. Leoba has snarled at me many times, in that insolent voice of hers, that ecclesiastical law does not allow me to punish Nuns with death or to confine her indefinitely

    36. and looking forward through the limits that appeared to confine me seemed to confirm the

    37. that you confine your activities to working with me here and not

    38. They effectively confine us to particular universes (within the multiverse)

    39. the magnetic fields guide and confine them Because of this strong interaction

    40. netic fields generated by dark bodies are strong as they serve to confine the

    41. nite shape since these fields serve to confine the plasma It will obviously

    42. “Today,” she said with a sigh, “we confine

    43. he in the least confine himself to projecting a single idea

    44. “Is it not the propensity of man to compare himself in arthic terms with others for his self-worthiness or otherwise? That is since the social niceties preclude one from making kama the measure of him or her? Well, culture would have us confine the nuances of romance to the precincts of the bedrooms

    45. Vidya Suresh, who soared to the kuchipudi heights with her graceful steps, in time, came to confine herself to tend fresh crops of talented dancers

    46. Before Sygoss had left him and this Galaxy, he had mentioned that time, space and matter would no longer confine him

    47. The urge to confine the culture of computer hacking within

    48. The dark spirits rolled in a rickety stretcher, unbuckling the belt like straps that would confine the doomed Reverend

    49. with you later, so confine yourself to the barracks;

    50. I’d have more remote camps with larger numbers of sleeper units, with all the same services but fences would confine people there who had been begging on the streets or were drunk in public, and moved there not to bother the public

    1. I developed insane urges to itch and scratch, my skin burning and inflamed My nose ran in the closely confined heat, dribbling mucous across the tape over my mouth and onto my newly shaven chin

    2. So when Satan is confined to the earth below, then the Antichrist is established

    3. They are smaller than this Nyobba and confined and they don't have time to squeal and try to run

    4. As part of his sentence, he was not confined to his universe and could have gone out

    5. Their role is confined to teaching Islamic culture

    6. thoughts are private and that they are confined to

    7. been a type of music I confined myself to inclusive toward “type of self

    8. Unescorted women in Greek and Roman times did NOT have equal rights and they were confined to their cabin and had to call for escort to the head

    9. The three soldiers were confined to barracks – by the weather,

    10. I immediately found that I was in a very confined area, nothing more than a box, a very low, narrow box, about the size of a coffin

    11. Although not formally confined to the Grange at all times, the

    12. In the confined space, Tom’s boot

    13. the confined space available) – but Jacques hardly

    14. Their market is not confined to the countries in the neighbourhood of the mine, but extends to the whole world

    15. Many people, besides, have a good deal of silver who have no gold plate, which, even with those who have it, is generally confined to watch-cases, snuff-boxes, and such like trinkets, of which the whole amount is seldom of great value

    16. "No, but if it is a soul I still want it found and confined

    17. Had the Scotch cattle been always confined to the market of Scotland, in a country in which the quantity of land, which can be applied to no other purpose but the feeding of cattle, is so great in proportion to what can be applied to other purposes, it is scarce possible, perhaps, that their price could ever have risen so high as to render it profitable to cultivate land for the sake of feeding them

    18. smell in that confined space was nearly overwhelming

    19. You can be stripped of your magic and confined in what they call a three-d reality box

    20. Your sphere is confined to the nursery, the kitchen, the store rooms coming off the east end of our courtyard, the well where you may bathe and wash your clothing, and the female dormitory should you need to

    21. It probably would be so, if, in the rude beginnings of improvement, the market for the latter commodities was confined within as narrow bounds as that for the former

    22. The market for the carcase being in the rude state of society confined always to the country which produces it, must necessarily be extended in proportion to the improvement and population of that country

    23. In consequence of these regulations, the market for English wool, instead of being somewhat extended, in consequence of the improvement of England, has been confined to the home market, where the wool of several other countries is allowed to come into competition with it, and where that of Ireland is forced into competition with it

    24. The exportation of raw hides has, indeed, been prohibited, and declared a nuisance; but their importation from foreign countries has been subjected to a duty ; and though this duty has been taken off from those of Ireland and the plantations (for the limited time of five years only), yet Ireland has not been confined to the market of Great Britain for the sale of its surplus hides, or of those which are not manufactured at home

    25. The wool of Scotland fell very considerably in its price in consequence of the union with England, by which it was excluded from the great market of Europe, and confined to the narrow one of Great Britain

    26. But it will generally be impossible to supply the great and extended market, without employing a quantity of labour greater than in proportion to what had been requisite for supplying the narrow and confined one

    27. As arts and commerce, indeed, gradually spread themselves over a greater and a greater part of the earth, the search for new mines, being extended over a wider surface, may have somewhat a better chance for being successful than when confined within narrower bounds

    28. Many sorts of vegetable food, besides, which in the rude state of agriculture are confined to the kitchen-garden, and raised only by the spade, come, in its improved state, to be introduced into common fields, and to be raised by the plough ; such as turnips, carrots, cabbages, etc

    29. The commerce of Scotland, which at present is not very great, was still more inconsiderable when the two first banking companies were established ; and those companies would have had but little trade, had they confined their business to the discounting of bills of exchange

    30. The coffers of such a company, too, though they ought to be filled much fuller, yet must empty themselves much faster than if their business was confined within more reasonable bounds, and must require not only a more violent, but a more constant and uninterrupted exertion of expense, in order to replenish them, The coin, too, which is thus continually drawn in such large quantities from their coffers, cannot be employed in the circulation of the country

    31. The coffers of the bank, so far as its dealings are confined to such customers, resemble a water-pond, from which, though a stream is continually running out, yet another is continually running in, fully equal to that which runs out; so that, without any further care or attention, the pond keeps always equally, or very near equally full

    32. Where paper money, it is to be observed, is pretty much confined to the circulation between dealers and dealers, as at London, there is always plenty of gold and silver

    33. Though paper money should be pretty much confined to the circulation between

    34. Their employment is confined almost to a precise spot, to the farm, and to the shop of the retailer

    35. Their world seemed to be confined within the

    36. But those of a city, situated near either the sea-coast or the banks of a navigable river, are not necessarily confined to derive them from the country in their neighbourhood

    37. This benefit was not even confined to the countries in which they were situated, but extended more or less to all those with which they had any dealings

    38. The prohibition of exporting gold and silver was, in France and England, confined to the coin of those respective countries

    39. move around anymore and are confined to their wheelchairs all day

    40. This complaint, however, of the scarcity of money, is not always confined to improvident spendthrifts

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

    42. To dream that you are cage fighting indicates that you are feeling restricted or confined in a current relationship

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

    44. His footsteps echoed in the confined space

    45. To dream that you are in a sandstorm indicates that you are feeling trapped, confined and disoriented in some waking situation

    46. He indeed meant to and would have, had it not been for the throbbing headache and rolling stomach that confined him to his bed at the inn for several more hours than he desired

    47. To see or dream that you are wearing a turban suggests that you are feeling confined by what society considers normal

    48. But even this restraint was afterwards thought insufficient, and, by a statute of Elizabeth, the privilege of granting it was confined to the quarter-sessions

    49. By the discouragement of importation, the supply of that market; even in times of great scarcity, was confined to the home growth ; and by the encouragement of exportation, when the price was so high as 48s

    50. 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

    1. “Hardly!” Johnny paced away from her in the small cramped confines of the steel elevator they were in

    2. Once out of the confines of the body, your thought process becomes capable of unlimited access in space

    3. Beyond the confines of earth-time, way out beyond the fringes of the universe

    4. Aware at first of only my own shuffle and ache, I gradually began to distinguish other movements and routines within the close confines of these bare walls

    5. Beyond the confines of earth-time, way out beyond the fringes of the universe where dark matter falls forever, Smith thought about nothing, taking slow but gigantic steps towards origin, and in thinking, even on a universal scale, Smith began to acquire the very first trappings of personality

    6. have been leaving the confines of Jodechi

    7. safely within their confines

    8. Matt could hear him softly chanting in the confines

    9. After an hour he broke free from the confines of the

    10. even extends out beyond the confines of your skin

    11. from the confines of his body, and spiralled down

    12. Huff retreated into the confines

    13. He would love to stop and have a long cold pint of cider, letting the close confines of old wood and brass wrap him up like a corpse in a coffin, somewhere to rest and sleep, but he has to get home

    14. friendly confines of the park

    15. Jack screamed and rushed out of the alien laboratory as fast as he could, only to find himself lost within the confines of Nevermore Forest

    16. to lunch, opting for the solitary confines of the janitors’ breakroom

    17. confines of Roman’s small living room slash bedroom before

    18. In the small chamber the air was dry and musty, the confines tight and

    19. Now, beyond the confines of LeCynic's mind the man would never be thought of again

    20. Where no bank notes are circulated under £10 value, as in London, paper money confines itself very much to the circulation between the dealers

    21. They get abandoned by publishers and are left to the confines of history

    22. To dream that you are a vagrant suggests that you are trying to escape from the confines of social expectations

    23. Being in the moment gives you the power to see beyond the normal confines of your mind

    24. Even leaving the stony confines of the Keep and seeking out fresh morning air could not alleviate the festering frustration

    25. soldiers, needed was a panic about a possible dragon - one which, since she spotted no shadows in the heavens, could well have been one restricted to the overly tired confines of her mind

    26. That is, they taught and practiced moving awareness out of the limited confines of the mind, and into the limitless Tao

    27. establishment of any manufacture of such commodities for distant sale, and confines the industry of her colonists in this way to such coarse and household manufactures as a private family commonly makes for its own use, or for that of some of its neighbours in the same province

    28. Great Britain, too, as she confines to her own market some of the most important productions of the colonies, so, in compensation, she gives to some of them an advantage in that market, sometimes by imposing higher duties upon the like productions when imported from other countries, and sometimes by giving bounties upon their importation from the colonies

    29. It not only excludes as much as possible all other countries from one particular market, but it confines as much as possible the colonies to one particular market; and the difference is very great between being excluded from one particular market when all others are open, and being confined to one particular market when all others are shut up

    30. There are literally no confines to it

    31. Towards the end he had been at one with a god, perhaps the only god; an entity beyond machine and organic, but more importantly beyond the confines of time

    32. This morning it’s hard to see with the snow falling, but he built this stone house within the confines of a gorge formed by Bear Run

    33. The observation dome at least gave the sense of being away from the confines of the ship

    34. As the demons stepped back, bright lights shimmered up to hold the captives within the circles’ confines

    35. confines of a checkout, past the obstacles of

    36. We were loaded like pack-horses and we could hardly move out bodies in the confines of the trench as we had so much kit and were so packed together

    37. “There is no rule that says I cannot do so alone, within the confines of the camp

    38. “I respect a man who is decisive and follows through - as long as he confines it to his own household

    39. man who spent weeks at a time in the claustrophobic confines of a vessel like the McLuhan

    40. painfully aware of their claustrophobic confines, and bluntly reminded of their purpose

    41. Or perhaps most common of all, some insidious disease or germ that could sometimes spread in the confines of a ship and take its crew without much effort

    42. ‘We are beyond the confines of language,’ Roidon murmured

    43. ‘We are beyond the confines of time

    44. Human sacrifices were offered to avert threatening calamities, and even as the troops invested the capital, two young slave girls had their throats quietly cut in the confines of the palace, their blood being poured out as a libation to the gods to act against the invading white man

    45. Hidden in the shadows of the thickening mist, Grindel watched them leave the confines of Brockenhurst Forest, and once he was satisfied that they were well on their way, turned back towards the sett, ready to report to Skelda

    46. The words eluded me, they simply banished themselves within the confines of my brain, to rather confuse me than to help me

    47. On their stumbling walk, he had told her about the secret chambers located beneath Fire Rock, and how he wanted to spend what little time remaining to him in their confines

    48. Having journeyed such a long distance since leaving the safe confines of Brightness's sett, he felt totally worn out

    49. I could feel the heat of the body laying against my back in the confines of the sleeping bag, smiling to myself in a smug, self-satisfied way, recalling the fry-up Jill had done us, the talk, the monumental amount of beer we had drunk

    50. I could smell my need in the confines of the closet, and I could smell him and the metallic tang of my blood

    1. Strapped securely to his chest, he locked the world out, but even the hot confining seat belts couldn't hold her emotions back, once alone in the car

    2. The prodigal perverts it in this manner: By not confining his expense within his income, he encroaches upon his capital

    3. By confining them to the home market, our merchants, it was expected, would not only be enabled to buy them cheaper in the plantations, and consequently to sell them with a better profit at home, but to establish between the plantations and foreign countries an advantageous carrying trade, of which Great Britain was necessarily to be the centre or emporium, as the European country into which those commodities were first to be imported

    4. By confining such commodities to the home market, therefore, it was proposed to discourage the produce, not of Great Britain, but of some foreign countries with which the balance of trade was believed to be unfavourable to Great Britain

    5. That minister had unfortunately embraced all the prejudices of the mercantile system, in its nature and essence a system of restraint and regulation, and such as could scarce fail to be agreeable to a laborious and plodding man of business, who had been accustomed to regulate the different departments of public offices, and to establish the necessary checks and controlls for confining each to its proper sphere

    6. His personal quarters had never felt so confining

    7. Into other arts, the division of labour is naturally introduced by the prudence of individuals, who find that they promote their private interest better by confining themselves to a particular trade, than by exercising a great number

    8. By confining the duties of customs to a few sorts of goods, and by levying those duties according to the excise laws, a much greater saving might probably be made in the annual expense of the customs

    9. questioned about the safety of the harbor for anchorage, he said the harbor would be too confining for a ship the length of the

    10. Seat belts are not as confining as wheelchairs

    11. 5 And the sons of Jacob pursued them to the gate of the city of Chazar, and they struck a great striking among the kings and their armies, about four thousand men, and while they were striking the army of the kings, Jacob was occupied with his bow confining himself to striking the kings, and he killed them all

    12. 5 And the sons of Jacob pursued them to the gate of the city of Chazar and they struck a great striking among the kings and their armies about four thousand men and while they were striking the army of the kings Jacob was occupied with his bow confining himself to striking the kings and he killed them all

    13. Marjie’s fibro had gotten worse, confining her to the house more and more

    14. painful than confining my mind to the world of the prison

    15. It may certainly be confining and terribly restricting, but it is not enslavement from without

    16. Has his church become so confining and closed off that it no

    17. confining, he pulled on his trousers, and walked toward the door

    18. was suddenly too hot and confining

    19. Soon the summer holidays that the O’Connor children found sedate and confining came to an end and they almost gladly settled back into their school routine

    20. upheaval, this stricture has loosened, although many subtle means of confining women

    21. But they lifted him upon the table, and Orastes clothed him in a curious dark velvet robe, splashed with gold stars and crescent moons, and fastened a cloth-of-gold fillet about his temples, confining the black wavy locks that fell to his shoulders

    22. So he delayed the conquest of these provinces, confining his activities to objectless raids and forays, meeting Amalric's urges for action with all sorts of plausible objections and postponements

    23. Feeling for the baggie confining the nurse‘s delicate undergarments Sam nervously kneaded it, finding its redolence overpowering—even though sealed and in his pocket

    24. and coaching programs without confining the coach to a

    25. the most confining chains of

    26. As confining as that world might have been, at least we

    27. The shop is too confining

    28. Pedro, under the influence of less confining sexual norms, started to ask himself questions about his preferences

    29. The whole thing is complicated by the fact that he seems to have had a view of art that was too confining, too intellectual

    30. Then he turned his attention to the one confining them, and stabbed him in the leg

    31. Anderson wondered whether she thought he had been instrumental in confining her to a desk because of it

    32. from desire for their objects, confining his intellect within the Self,

    33. It is meant to refocus a disturbed client from overly confining himself to problems of his own, arousing concern and understanding to the plight of others

    34. was out of this now tight and confining jail so that she

    35. As the story goes, some time ago Larry, a rather rotund patron of one of the restaurants, complained to management that the chairs, all of which had arms, were too confining

    36. Confining him, as Harry turned around with a handgun in his left hand

    37. It was quite late, but it had been a confining day for Kennedy who had spent the hours while not working on Carton's case in some of the ceaseless and recondite investigations of his own to which he was always turning his restless mind

    38. It was if someone had slammed a door on her, confining her to a room where there was only agony, no chance of escape or help

    39. as you go along, instead of confining yourself to the use of those with which

    40. physics possible when it is “mass” that forms the confining gravity

    41. Compress space even today with a piston in a cylinder and then pump the compressed air into a container and such confining of space will increase the heat by the piston effort to reduce the space brought about in the container

    42. Still, confining me to the basic principles felt like a real advance, and avoiding cheese, one of my favorite foods was definitely a psychological victory

    43. A cocoon is small and confining and desolate and lonely and dark, and it means the

    44. Maybe she felt more comfortable on shore, off the confining boat, or maybe it was because she was back in her native country where she did not feel like a stranger, a feeling she’d retained throughout her time in Israel despite her rapid rise to a high-level government position

    45. This appears to be the only term in the Scriptures which favors the notion of confining hell to a local habitation

    46. The business of fixing and flipping real estate is a great stress reliever because you can get to earn money without confining yourself to a cramped office space

    47. As on the previous occasion, this speaker made no reference to Socialism, confining himself to other matters

    48. To the extent that it was possible, they tried to stay out of each other’s way, but the train was a confining environment and it was a challenge for both groups all the way east

    49. For this reason, the investor would seem to gain better protection against adverse developments by confining his industrial selections to companies which meet the two requirements of (1) dominant size and (2) substantial margin of earnings over bond interest

    50. Moreover, the confining of investment demand to a few eligible types of enterprise is likely to make for scarcity, and hence for the acceptance of inferior issues merely because they fall within these groups

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    Synonymes pour "confine"

    bound confine limit restrict throttle trammel constrain hold restrain detain enclose hold in immure cage imprison corral shut in incarcerate hinder hamper curb bind