Restrain example sentences

If freedom of individuals was ensured, if the poor could labour, and those with capital could operate without restraint, they believed that societies would develop.They are restrained by the attraction of the atoms among which they move.[Quickly steps to the carafe and drinks more water] Oxen Meadows are mine! not true! I'll prove it! I'll send my mowers out to the Meadows this very day! What? My mowers will be there this very day! I'll give it to them in the neck! You dare! [Clutches at his heart] Oxen Meadows are mine! You understand? Mine! Please don't shout! You can shout yourself hoarse in your own house but here I must ask you to restrain yourself! If it wasn't, madam, for this awful, excruciating palpitation, if my whole inside wasn't upset, I'd talk to you in a different way! [Yells] Oxen Meadows are mine! But, please, Stepan Stepanovitch, how can they be yours? Do be a reasonable man! My aunt's grandmother gave the Meadows for the temporary and free use of your grandfather's peasants.Emotional intelligence involves the ability to perceive and manage one s and other s feelings and emotions; to motivate oneself and restrain one s impulses; and to handle interpersonal relationships effectively.The State Commission also restrained all the educational and professional institutions in the state from charging fees from students for the entire duration of the course in advance and that too at one go.They needed a mechanism to support or restrain the government, make policies, justify or oppose them.I will exert all my influence with friends in other countries to make them exercise a similar restraint for a while.In 1929 the Child Marriage Restraint Act was passed without the kind of bitter debates and struggles that earlier laws had seen.

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