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  • aesthetic, or somatosensory stimulation. A partner may be physically restrained in a variety of ways, including the use of rope, cuffs, bondage tape,
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  • departure would allow Trump to appoint another attorney general who is not restrained by recusal. The New York Times reported on May 29, 2018, that the Mueller
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  • Christopher John Farley of Time magazine described the album as a "beautifully restrained work", noting that Aaliyah's "girlish, breathy vocals rode calmly on R
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  • including Google, was filed for alleged "no cold call" agreements which restrained the recruitment of high-tech employees. Google's headquarters in Mountain
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  • Buckling-restrained braced frame (BRBF) is a structural steel frame that provides lateral resistance to buckling, particularly during seismic activity
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  • after the Great Patriotic War. Multiple war memorials, marked by a great restrained solemnity, were built throughout the country. Soviet artists often combined
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  • A buckling-restrained brace (BRB) is a structural brace in a building, designed to allow the building to withstand cyclical lateral loadings, typically
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  • parallel. Ho Chi Minh had wished to continue the war in the south, but was restrained by his Chinese allies who convinced him that he could win control by electoral
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  • 30 March 2015 Mazie 2006, p. 34 Charbit, Denis (2014). "Israel's Self-Restrained Secularism from the 1947 Status Quo Letter to the Present". In Berlinerblau
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  • A chemical restraint is a form of medical restraint in which a drug is used to restrict the freedom or movement of a patient or in some cases to sedate
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  • described by John Robertson, it exemplifies the Nashville sound, the restrained, cosmopolitan style that would define country music in the 1960s. Presaging
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  • turned out to be stronger than the deadly bullet. Ağca was caught and restrained by a nun and other bystanders until police arrived. He was sentenced to
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  • in which water is slowly dripped onto the scalp, allegedly making the restrained victim insane. This form of torture was first described under a different
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  • attempted to strangle her. Lennon relented only after he was physically restrained by Nilsson. In June, Lennon and Pang returned to Manhattan in their newly
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  • orgasm denial, edging, or ruined orgasms. With the consenting partner restrained and unable to stop being sexually stimulated, the active partner would
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  • to become an exporter, although the success of these projects was also restrained by Iraq's obligations; in Iraq, resentment to OPEC's controls mounted
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  • the gathering, and protesters who attempted to initiate violence were restrained. More than 10% of the country marched in anti-Shah demonstrations on 10
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  • or inside his vehicle the victim would be overpowered, bludgeoned, and restrained with handcuffs. Most were sexually assaulted and strangled, either at
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  • Bomnal) met critical praise as "an intelligent, compelling and elegantly restrained study of loss and longing" that "deliberately avoids cliché pomp and drama"
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  • constitutional law, judicially restrained jurists go to great lengths to defer to the legislature. Judicially restrained judges respect stare decisis,
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