Restrainment

Re`strain´ment


n.1.The act of restraining.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nevertheless, as long as the female appears as still defined within a binary system with reference to the male, Penelope has not yet managed her emancipation from patriarchal discourse, anticipating her restrainment within patriarchal ideology.
In another study, a convergent variant of NMSA based on the principle of grid restrainment has also been proposed by (Burmen et al., 2006).
The channel through which this result obtains is the restrainment of agents' choice sets and the consequent mitigation of agents' self-control problems.
Now that the AIADMK chief has crossed that line of restrainment, it has to be seen how Modi will react to Jayalalithaa's one-upmanship.