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a seizing and holding by law

to take into custody as a prisoner

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(zoology) an encircling band or marking around the neck of any animal

anything worn or placed about the neck

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a short ring fastened over a rod or shaft to limit, guide, or secure a machine part

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the stitching that forms the rim of a shoe or boot

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a band of leather or rope that is placed around an animal's neck as a harness or to identify it

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necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck

a figurative restraint

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the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal)

take into custody

seize by the neck or collar

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furnish with a collar

References in periodicals archive ?
If the athlete is not wearing a helmet, a rigid cervical collar should be utilized to maximize protection of the cervical spine.
When the cervical collar was worn, 83% of drivers had an increase in blind spots.
Carlsbad Cervical Collar provides cervical spine immobilization with full adjustability and comfort.
Though these patients are transported by pre-hospital teams with a cervical collar to protect the cervical spine, existing cervical collars ensure cervical spine stabilization but do not protect the airway of the patient, which is opened by invasive means in necessary situations.
An improvement over the 521 series, the new Portex(R) Blue Line(R) Adjustable Flange Tracheostomy Tubes allow adjustment of horizontal distance and are suitable for patients that may require an adaptable horizontal length tube such as the obese, those with 'bull neck', those using a cervical collar, or those with pectoral flaps following radical neck surgery.
Contract awarded for Expandidora Leaves, Finger Splints, Cervical Collar, Electrocautery Tip, Electrocardiograph Paper, Bronchial Tube, Surgical Gloves.
They are authorized to supply the following items to governmental agencies: IV Pumps; Oxygen Concentrators; Hospital Beds and Mattresses; flotation pads/mattresses; erection pump devices; Patient Lifts; Examination Tables; bandages; wound drainage; disposable or reusable hospital clothing, incontinent products; diapers; pads; protective linens; specimen cups and containers; urinary drainage bags, kits and sets; urinary catheters; otoscopes; stethoscopes; thermometers; hand held dopplers; pulse oximeters; orthotics; splints; braces; immobilizers/soft goods; supports; and cervical collars.
The most recent systematic review on conservative treatment for cervical radiculopathy thoroughly examined the use of cervical collars and pointed to the promising effects of combined use of a collar and physiotherapy in the short term but not that of a collar alone (48).
A direct cash donation of $25,000 and a contribution of $225,000 in orthopedic devices, including neck and back braces, limb immobilizers, fracture boots, wrist splints, and cervical collars, will be donated to two charitable organizations currently providing care in Haiti--Physicians for Peace and Project HOPE.
These foams are used for a variety of medical and healthcare applications from diabetic insoles to prosthetics, cervical collars to medical packaging.
This chapter also includes recommendations and application of lumbar sacral braces, sacroiliac belts and cervical collars.
An optional integral loadspace cassette has been specified for the safe carriage and restraint of the considerable incident equipment, which includes oxygen therapy, cardiac defibrillators, entonox, maternity and paediatric pack, burns bag, cervical collars, splints and first aid bag.
An optional integral loadspace cassette has been specified for the safe carriage and restraint of the considerable incident equipment, which includes; oxygen therapy, cardiac defibrillators, entonox, maternity and paedi-atric pack, burns bag, cervical collars, splints and first aid bag.
It also has a potential 1,222 litres of practical loadspace, which will be used for the vast array of medical equipment required, including oxygen therapy, cardiac defibrillators, entonox, maternity and paediatric pack, burns bag, cervical collars, splints and first aid bag.
They'll all get lumbar supports, cervical collars, X-rays and physical therapy and $3,000 to $4,000 worth of medical treatments.