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  • Self-restraint must be developed before one can hope to be either a good conversationalist or a social success. Cited from Book of Etiquette, by Lillian Eichler
  • I have restrained him so far through his ignorance; henceforward his restraint must be his own knowledge. Cited from Emile, by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  • We are indeed an infant country, but have grown to an age where parental restraint must be used now, if ever. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 611, September 17, 1887, by Various
  • For children aged 7 a restraint must be used when it is available in the vehicle.
  • And if this restraint must control and determine the population of the future how far will its exercise affect the moral and mental evolution of the race? Cited from The Fertility of the Unfit, by William Allan Chapple
  • Fiscal restraint must be continued in the years ahead. Cited from State of the Union, Jimmy Carter
  • It was plain to us that it was not safe to live in this way, and so we had come to the reluctant conclusion that personal restraint must be secured. Cited from The Allen House, by T. S. Arthur
  • The most effective head restraint must allow a backset motion of less than 60 mm to prevent the hyperextension of the neck during impact.
  • The ethics of prevention by restraint must be judged by its consequences. Cited from The Fertility of the Unfit, by William Allan Chapple
  • To be effective the restraint must be reasonable and the restraint must be the same as a real covenant or equitable servitude.
  • Physical force, however, is not a necessary element, and confinement need not be lengthy; the restraint must be complete, though the defendant needn't resist.
  • "First, the challenged restraint must be one clearly articulated and affirmatively expressed as state policy; second, the policy must be actively supervised by the State itself."
  • Methodists purport that experience is not necessary to understand that a state of depletion implies a need for replenishment, that a state of restraint must be loosened.
  • Was it because she had unusual brain and insight into human nature, and had been wise and practical enough to see that there was a point where restraint must be applied, and so had kept herself free from blame or deserved opprobrium, if not entirely from criticism? Cited from The PG Works Of Gilbert Parker, Complete
  • The Jedi, while recognizing tempting paths to the dark side, know that the dark side is evil and claim that immense restraint must be used in wielding the Force that limit its uses in accordance with justice.
  • When a Minister is in agreement with the House on the general principles of policy, then indeed there rests on them the obligation not to embarrass the Government by constant interpolation with regard to each diplomatic step; self-restraint must be exercised, confidence shewn. Cited from Bismarck and the Foundation of the German Empire, James Wycliffe Headlam