Some articles on restraint:
... Matthew Barney No Restraint is a 2006 documentary directed by Alison Chernick ... It reveals Barney's process in creating Drawing Restraint 9, a cinematic "piece" that combines a whaling vessel 45,000 pounds of petroleum jelly and traditional Japanese ...
... McDonnell focussed on the limitations of restraint usage and the lack of effectiveness data ... He maintained that staff training programmes which focus on restraint are a by product of a fear industry which often depicts staff training as a solution to the problem ... for the relative effectiveness of specific restraint methods is limited and therefore banning prone holds would constitute a large scale uncontrolled ...
More definitions of "restraint":
- (noun): Lack of ornamentation.
Example: "The room was simply decorated with great restraint"
Synonyms: chasteness, simplicity
- (noun): A device that retards something's motion.
- (noun): The of act controlling by restraining someone or something.
Example: "The unlawful restraint of trade"
- (noun): Discipline in personal and social activities.
Example: "He was a model of polite restraint"
- (noun): The state of being physically constrained.
Example: "Dogs should be kept under restraint"
Famous quotes containing the word restraint:
“...he who commits adultery has no sense; he who does it destroys himself. He will get wounds and dishonor, and his disgrace will not be wiped away. For jealousy arouses a husbands fury, and he shows no restraint when he takes revenge.”
—Bible: Hebrew, Proverbs 6:32-34.
“Moral laws are set as a curb and restraint to these exorbitant desires, which they cannot be but by rewards and punishments, that will over-balance the satisfaction any one shall propose to himself in the breach of the law.”
—John Locke (16321704)
“For jealousy arouses a husbands fury, and he shows no restraint when he takes revenge. He will accept no compensation, and refuses a bribe no matter how great.”
—Bible: Hebrew, Proverbs 6:34-35.