final injunction


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n final injunction injunction issued on completion of a trial
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In literature:

Finally, he laid certain injunctions upon her for her immediate guidance.
"Kai Lung's Golden Hours" by Ernest Bramah
The final injunctions of the departing were now heard.
"The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
I was turned over to the manager, but not without a final injunction from the doctor.
"The Woman in the Alcove" by Anna Katharine Green
Final injunctions somewhat obscure, I think.
"Cyropaedia" by Xenophon
He seemed magnetic, as he poured out his final injunctions.
"Yet Again" by Max Beerbohm
On that they parted, with a final injunction from Sully that Henry should see the Princesse de Conde no more.
"The Historical Nights Entertainment, Second Series" by Rafael Sabatini
Helene's answer was that she would see; and then she ran off with a final injunction to Rosalie to take good care of mademoiselle.
"A Love Episode" by Emile Zola
Finally, obeying this explicit injunction, Rosecrans took the initiative in the middle of August by a vigorous southward movement.
"A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln" by John G. Nicolay
And, at last, came Kars' final injunctions.
"The Triumph of John Kars" by Ridgwell Cullum
But Patricia had been using her brains while she played, and Judith and Nancy ministering to the team heard her final injunctions.
"Judy of York Hill" by Ethel Hume Patterson Bennett

In poetry:

"Injunctions, leases, charters, I
Was meshed as in a mighty maze.
The stock ran low, the talk ran high:
Then quickly flamed the final blaze.
"The Hard Times In Elfland [A Story of Christmas Eve]" by Sidney Lanier

In news:

District Judge Lee Yeakel today issued a preliminary injunction saying the state can't bar Planned Parenthood from offering services through the Medicaid Women's Health Program, pending his final decision in the case.