Upon restricting the movement of the person's arms and legs, it becomes possible to bind and restrain
the ankles and wrists.
In a memo to staff in BA's internal magazine Cabin Crew News, Safety and Evacuation Systems head Simon Packer writes: "Last year BA handcuffs were used to restrain
17 people but 255 handcuffs went missing
One was business inventory accumulation, which had exceeded the robust growth in final sales in 1997 and probably would moderate this year as business firms sought to restrain the buildup in their inventories to keep them in better alignment with the expected moderation of gains in sales.
Moreover, inflation continued to fall by some measures and inflation expectations still seemed to be adjusting downward toward actual inflation; further declines in these expectations would restrain increases in compensation and prices.
341) If the court's theory were taken to its limit, restraining notices could not be effective to restrain
secured parties, even as to collateral as to which the debtor has a valuable equity.
Once we determined which restraints were used to restrain
and not enable, the quality improvement initiative began.
The restraining notice cannot restrain
the payment of next month's rent because that future obligation is contingent at the time the tenant received the restraining notice.
Kelly, 33, appeared in Lane County Circuit Court on Wednesday to seek "voluntary withdrawal and dismissal" of the restraining order she received Tuesday after filing a petition alleging that David Ellison Rosen had injured her neck while attempting to restrain
her during an argument.