he does not confine his message to high politics
The psychologist warned that it would be harmful to confine him in the punitive ‘management unit’ or among men in the Red 1 compound designed for ‘long-term behaviour management’.
I must confine my writing to the inside, enclose it within a perimeter, which forms a circular line, an orbit around the text.
he does not confine his message to politics
If anything, increasingly independent boards of directors are overseeing the succession process and are less likely to confine their search to the best candidate within the company.
Considering these will strengthen the proposal by grounding it in the dynamic of an ongoing reality; failure to do so will confine its discussion to the narrow scope of the academy.
In subsequent years, Givon would confine her efforts to the main gallery spaces in the Monument.
He is confined to a wheelchair and he hopes his own story will help change the minds of politicians who are opposed to lifting bans on therapeutic cloning.
The director creatively allows the audience to look beyond the confines of the theatre space.
Yet his greatest rebuilding effort has been accomplished, not on the court, but within the confines of his own home.