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the time that the curfew signal is sounded

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a signal (usually a bell) announcing the start of curfew restrictions

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an order that after a specific time certain activities (as being outside on the streets) are prohibited

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So the Mail went back to the USA to find out if curfews are working there.
During their press conference, the HDP deputies held photos taken from those districts after the curfews were lifted.
The overwhelming majority of cities with curfews say the curfews are effective in improving safety in several areas: combating juvenile crime (effectiveness reported by 97 percent of respondents), fighting truancy (96 percent), making streets safer (95 percent) and reducing gang violence (88 percent).
The forecast - prepared as part of an effort by the airport's governing body to secure a nighttime curfew - projects 7.
Under the proposals, police would be able to apply to local authorities for 'postcode' curfews, banning children aged up to 15 from being outside without adult supervision in named streets or estates during the hours of darkness.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A report prepared by the Association of Human Rights and Solidarity for Oppressed Peoples (Mazlumder) on a curfew that had been in place for the past 12 days in the southeastern town of Silvan has said civilians were targeted with real weapons during the curfew.
The four phases of the Part 161 study, mandated by the 1990 Airport Noise and Capacity Act as a precursor to mandatory curfews, will take an estimated three years to complete before the FAA considers limiting nighttime aircraft traffic.
The last decade has shown a trend toward implementing curfews as a way to combat youth violence," said Bob Knight, Mayor of Wichita, Kans.
Airport officials say no airport in the nation has been able to secure FAA approval for such curfews, which are generally opposed by the airlines.
A new report from the National League of Cities, "Juvenile Crime Prevention: Curfews and Youth Services," highlights efforts underway around the country to prevent the adverse effects of juvenile crime.
Under FAA rules, curfews cannot just apply to commercial airlines and not private jets.
Albanese said that finding demonstrates that curfews, while not a panacea, are useful in preventing kids from getting in trouble or getting hurt.
Airport officials have long insisted that the decision on curfews and noise restrictions lie solely with the Federal Aviation Administration.
The city's lawyer said Miller is correct about the FAA's resistance to mandatory curfews that would affect airlines but not private jets.
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