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1Lawmandamiento judicial masculineto seek/obtain an injunction against sb — solicitar/obtener un mandamiento judicial en contra de algn
- This is not simply a case about an injunction to restrain threatened future conduct.
- The council's 15-strong Neighbour Nuisance Unit has helped secure more than 1,600 orders and injunctions against thugs.
- The injunctions were issued under authority of Great Britain's new anti-stalking law.
- The Attorney-General sought an injunction to restrain breach of confidence.
- He said he was hopeful that the courts would grant injunctions ordering the travellers off the land, but this could not be guaranteed.
- Commands and injunctions, as I suggested, punctuate the text from the outset.
- My previous experiences left me unprepared for the civilized notion that for an hour a day we would be free of all educational injunctions save the one to be quiet.
- Ancient traditions and rituals tend to abound with precepts and injunctions.
- Even the injunctions of destiny are cancelled if one takes refuge in God.
- More importantly, under the new procedure, declarations and injunctions are merely alternative remedies.
- Of course, in particular situations conflicts might emerge between different divine injunctions.
- In the childhood game ‘Simon Says’, those too tardy about following the injunctions of the leader are kicked out of play.
- This discourse was partly inspired by the Qur'anic injunctions concerning peace.
- The public doesn't expect praise for refraining from pogroms, but nor does it expect ceaseless injunctions to abstain from them.
- However, Muslim teachers quickly said acceptance of secularism is a rejection of Allah's injunctions, it is atheistic and a rejection of Islam.
- I saw females wearing trousers and wondered at the biblical injunctions which forbade such things.
- One reason is that Islamic economic injunctions have only existed in theory and have never actually been put into practice.
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