He restrained himself, and you know what?
He was restrained and administered a sedative, midazolam, and died.
Once restrained, the animal is stunned to ensure a humane end with no pain.
By historical comparisons, the new Breitling Premier Bentley Mulliner Limited Edition is remarkably restrained.
Restrained judges are also less willing to overturn the precedents of prior judicial decisions.
The resolutions crafted by Madison, while the same in substance as Jefferson’s, were more restrained.
Restrained introverts can enjoy socialising, but will stay in their shell until they feel comfortable.
And compared with some other nations in the region, the Mexican government has taken a far more restrained approach to the pandemic.
'I am going to fight until I live in a country where black lives matter,' she says. • David Dungay inquest: guards who restrained Indigenous man before his death won't be disciplined
Following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, after being restrained by a white police officer in Minneapolis on 25 May, NFL stars called on the league to condemn racism.
The royal commission was called after the ABC broadcast disturbing footage from inside the Don Dale detention centre and Darwin adult prison, of children being mistreated, beaten, restrained, and teargassed.
Blake, who is partially paralyzed in a hospital, or other Black victims only in passing, and painted a picture of American cities out of control, with police officers restrained from containing violence instigated by protesters.
Those findings contradict a local autopsy, which noted the effects of being restrained but also Floyd’s underlying health issues and potential intoxicants in his system and found nothing “to support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation.”
The Democratic Unionist Party, which has been pressing for changes to the Withdrawal Agreement, said the bill was a "step forward" but the government must ensure Northern Ireland is not "restrained in a state aid straight jacket unlike the rest of the UK".
The death of Manuel Ellis, 33, was determined to be homicide June 3 by a Washington state medical examiner; Ellis died after telling Tacoma police officers (not wearing body cameras) that he couldn’t breathe as they physically restrained and handcuffed him.
Then, seven months in, the image of Harvey Weinstein in handcuffs — led, restrained, into his arraignment by a female detective — symbolized a new stage: the possibility of real, criminal consequences for alleged perpetrators, even the most powerful among them.
“The actions by these officers stand apart from the restrained work of the thousands of police officers who have worked tirelessly to protect those who are peacefully protesting and keep all New Yorkers safe,” NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea said in the statement.
In 2018, the Guardian reported MoJ figures showing that in 2017 there were 97 incidents in which children in custody showed signs of asphyxiation or other danger signs after being restrained, and four serious physical injuries that resulted in hospital admissions.
All are longstanding tensions, but the decision to impose new national security laws on Hong Kong, bypassing the semiautonomous territory’s own legislative process, shows what can happen with an unbridled China, no longer restrained by the fear of international rebuke.
Kremlin-aligned websites aimed at Western audiences have trafficked in conspiracy theories to spread fear in Europe and political division in the United States, the officials said, noting that Russia’s diplomats and state-run news media have arguably been more restrained.
- under restraint
- cool and formal in manner
- marked by avoidance of extravagance or extremes
- not showy or obtrusive
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