Definitions for "Restraint"
Constraints for molecular mechanics calculations add restoring forces to selected atoms. Constraints apply to atomic position (tethering), atomic distances, bond angles and torsion angles. Constraints for the model builder fix values of structural entities when an approximate 3D structure is being built.
A device designed to hold a person within the body of a vehicle and limit movement during a crash, thereby reducing severity of injury. Includes inertia reel and fixed lap or sash seat belts, and child restraints such as capsules. The device must meet the relevant Australian Vehicle Design Rules and the Australian Standards. Restraints must be worn by drivers and passengers of motor vehicles.
Physical or mechanical device used to restrict movement.
Keywords:  did, kinder, jenin, forays, gentler
a device that retards something's motion; "the car did not have proper restraints fitted"
Kinder/Gentler Aggression. "If this is the latest Israeli military spin, the reality for Palestinians is that even 'restraint' by the Israeli army is enough to make their lives miserable. The army may no longer be destroying vast chunks of Palestinian cities, but it continues to terrify Palestinian civilians by indiscriminate shooting. The army still sends tanks and troops into Palestinian towns for forays of several days, as it did in Jenin last week, or for a single night as it did twice in the northern part of the Gaza strip. Curfews are slapped on or lifted without notice, making life for all Palestinians unpredictable and humiliating." Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, August 9, 02.
Prevents the rider from leaving their seat during the ride. Seatbelt, lapbars and horsecollars are all types of restraint.
A safety device designed to stop the rider from falling out. More information here.
(Machine Safety) A safeguarding device that can be attached to the operator's hands and wrists to prevent the operator from reaching into the hazardous area.
The act or process of restraining, or of holding back or hindering from motion or action, in any manner; hindrance of the will, or of any action, physical or mental.
physical or chemical means to stop a patient from being able to move about freely.
control of behavior through physical means (attached or next to the person's body), chemical (as in medications or pharmacological), or environmental (such as locked doors).
That which restrains, as a law, a prohibition, or the like; limitation; restriction.
a rule or condition that limits freedom; "legal restraints"; "restraints imposed on imports"
As used in housing policies, is the limiting through planning policies of both the total number and the rate of development of new housing. The term is also used in a wider sense in relation to development in parts of the borough or the region where it is desirable to limit development either in support of the regeneration of the conurbations, or for local environmental reasons.
mild bondage used in sexual fantasy enactments.
discipline in personal and social activities; "he was a model of polite restraint"; "she never lost control of herself"
the of act controlling by restraining someone or something; "the unlawful restraint of trade"
lack of ornamentation; "the room was simply decorated with great restraint"
The state of being restrained.