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LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court has restrained public office holders, ministers and bureaucrats from misusing or converting to their personal use the public fund and even taking a cup of tea with public money.
'The administration of the Philippine Law School Admission Test on April 7, 2019 has not been restrained and will proceed as scheduled,' LEB said.
A new survey by Ford has revealed that almost one in three dog-owning drivers do not safely restrain their animals when on the road.
WCM-Q welcomed back Dr Rana Biary, a member of the college's first graduating class in 2008, to deliver the presentation, in which she explained how to safely identify and restrain patients who arrive at hospital in an advanced state of agitation, posing a risk to themselves and healthcare providers.
The inquest ruled the police used excessive force to restrain him and this contributed to his death.
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The whistleblower said security guards became so concerned about the alleged practice that on one occasion they refused to restrain a child, warning management it was illegal.
Asaram, arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a minor wants the court to restrain the media from " crossing the limit" while reporting on the court case, his life and other details of his ashrams.
They employed pepper spray to gain control of the combative male, handcuffed him, and "hog-tied" his legs to restrain him while they placed him in the rear of a police vehicle.
The man had been drinking heavily throughout the flight and had allegedly started to become abusive when members of the 24-strong squad decided to restrain him in the bulkhead area and keep an eye on him for the rest of the flight.
The cuffs, which cost pounds 50 each, are meant to be used to restrain unruly passengers.
Although the necessary reallocation of resources to enhance security may restrain advances in productivity for a time, the long-term prospects for productivity growth and the economy remain favorable and should become evident once the unusual forces restraining demand abate.
With just 3 million members, the National Rifle Association has thwarted every common-sense attempt to restrain the arming of America in spite of the continuing mayhem in our cities and schools.
Half of the women had scored high on tests of their propensity to restrain dietary intake; the other half scored low.
The order may also restrain your spouse from coming near your workplace or home.