• (adj): Having development checked or reversed.
    Example: "Arrested tuberculosis"
    Synonyms: in remission

Some articles on arrested:

Bobby Storey - Prison
... in Long Kesh for two years, having been arrested 20 times previous to this but being too young for internment ... He was released in 1975 but in 1976 was arrested again, charged with blowing up the Skyways Hotel ... remand for thirteen months, he was released but was arrested on the day of his trial leaving the court house and charged with a shooting related incident ...
Nicholas Daniloff
... He came to wider international attention on September 2, 1986 when he was arrested in Moscow by the KGB and accused of espionage ... The Reagan administration took the position that the Soviets had arrested Daniloff without cause, in retaliation for the arrest three days earlier of Gennadi Zakharov, an ... had confidential government documents on him when he was arrested ...
Lisa Robin Kelly - Legal Troubles
... In August 2010, Kelly was arrested in North Carolina on a charge of driving while intoxicated ... On March 31, 2012, Kelly was arrested on a felony charge of corporal injury upon a spouse, and was released on $50,000 bail ... In November 2012, she was arrested again for allegedly assaulting her 61-year-old husband ...
Anandyn Amar - Denunciation and Arrest
... He was then arrested by Ministry of Internal Affairs ... Moscow Amar was jailed with Luvsansharav, the very same person who had arrested him ... Shortly after Amer’s trial Luvsansharav had been arrested when Moscow sought to tie up loose strings as the purges drew to a close ...
Vartkes Serengülian
... he organized demonstrations in Karin and was arrested ... He was arrested in Van and in 1901 was sentenced to a 101-year prison ... In 1915 he was arrested and deported to Urfa, where he was tortured and killed ...

Famous quotes containing the word arrested:

    Christ in this country would quite likely have been arrested under the Suppression of Communism act.
    Joost de Blank (1908–1968)

    The features of our face are hardly more than gestures which force of habit made permanent. Nature, like the destruction of Pompeii, like the metamorphosis of a nymph into a tree, has arrested us in an accustomed movement.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    Sabbath. A weekly festival having its origin in the fact that God made the world in six days and was arrested on the seventh.
    Ambrose Bierce (1842–1914)