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  • 121voluntary export restraint — UK US noun [C] (ABBREVIATION VER, also voluntary export restriction, voluntary restraint agreement) COMMERCE ► an agreement between two countries that limits the number of goods of a particular type that one of the countries can sell to the other …

    Financial and business terms

  • 122self-restraint — n. to display, exercise, practice, show self restraint * * * exercise practice show self restraint to display …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 123self-restraint — self re straint n [U] the ability to stop yourself doing or saying something, even though you want to, because it is more sensible not to do or say it exercise/practise self restraint ▪ The UN appealed for both sides to exercise self restraint …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 124No-Restraint-System — No Re|straint* Sys|tem [nouris treint...] das; s <aus gleichbed. engl. no restraint system zu no restraint »keine (Freiheits)beschränkung«> ein Behandlungssystem in der Psychiatrie, das dem Patienten weitgehende Freiheit lässt …

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  • 125self-restraint — noun (U) the ability not to do or say something you very much want to, because you know this is more sensible: exercise self restraint: Police officers must learn to exercise self restraint …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 126self-restraint — self′ restraint′ n. restraint imposed on one by oneself; self control • Etymology: 1765–75 self′ restrained′, adj. self′ restrain′ing, adj …

    From formal English to slang

  • 127partial restraint on alienation — A restraint on alienation other than an unqualified restraint, such as a restriction upon alienation to a particular person or persons or within a certain period of time. 41 Am J1st Perp § 75 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 128self-restraint — [self′ri strānt′] n. restraint imposed on oneself by oneself; self control self restrained adj …

    English World dictionary

  • 129passive restraint — noun Date: 1970 a restraint (as a self locking seat belt) that acts automatically to protect an automobile rider during a crash …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 130Statute in Restraint of Appeals — The Statute in Restraint of Appeals – short title Ecclesiastical Appeals Act 1532 – (citation 24 Henry VIII. c. 12 ) was an English parliamentary Act of 1533, considered by many historians to be the key legal foundation of the English Reformation …

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  • 131Act Concerning Ecclesiastical Appointments and Absolute Restraint of Annates — The Act Concerning Ecclesiastical Appointments and Absolute Restraint of Annates – short title Appointment Of Bishops Act 1533 ( 25 Henry VIII, c. 20 ) was passed by the Reformation Parliament in 1534. This Act abolished all annates and made de… …

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  • 132Belly chain (restraint) — A belly chain is a restraint worn by prisoners, consisting of a chain around the waist, to which the prisoner s hands may be chained or cuffed. Sometimes the ankles are also connected by means of longer chains. Such restraints are often used in… …

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  • 133Supplemental Restraint System — Das Supplemental Restraint System (SRS; deutsch „Ergänzendes Rückhaltesystem“), irrtümlich auch Sicherheitsrückhalte System genannt, bezeichnet die Einheit aus verschiedenen passiven Sicherheitselementen im Automobilbau. Es soll für die optimale… …

    Deutsch Wikipedia

  • 134Non-restraint-System — (engl., spr. ristrēnt ), s. Geisteskrankheiten, S. 500 …

    Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • 135No-restraint — (engl., spr. rĭstrehnt, »Nichtbeschränkung«), von Conolly (s.d.) eingeführtes System der Behandlung der Geisteskranken ohne mechan. Fesselung durch Zwangsjacke, Riemen u.a …

    Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • 136judicial restraint — n [U] (in the US legal system) the idea that judges of the Supreme Court or other courts should not try to change laws if they are consistent with the words of the American Constitution. This is also called a ‘narrow construction’ of the… …

    Universalium

  • 137self-restraint — self restrained, adj. self restraining, adj. /self ri straynt , self /, n. restraint imposed on one by oneself; self control. [1765 75] * * * …

    Universalium

  • 138self-restraint — noun Self control, control over ones emotions, passions and actions. His lack of self restraint lead to several ugly scenes of debauchery and violent outburst …

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  • 139civil restraint order — A court order restraining a party from making applications in proceedings without the permission of the court. Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.practicallaw.com. 2010 …

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  • 140Child Marriage Restraint Act — 1929 popularly known as the Sarda Act after its sponsor Rai Sahib Harbilas Sarda to the British India Legislature in India was passed on 28 September 1929, fixed the age of marriage for girls at 14 years and boys at 18 years. It came into effect… …

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