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- adj. Inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of control.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. restrained or managed or kept within certain bounds
Sorry, no etymologies found.
& CEO, WORLD SHIPPING COU.CIL: There is no evidence that terminal facilities operations conducted by foreign controlled companies are any less secure or in any way less compliant with security regulations, or in any way less cooperative with U.S. government security authorities than U. S.-controlled companies.
The MPs said that the term "controlled archive" was used in an attempt to hide that it was a list of lost applicants.
We also object to the euphemistic term 'controlled archive'.
The first thing I notice is what I call a controlled creative clutter.
BLITZER: Because the -- the pilots 'union suggested that pilots should be allowed to have what they called controlled naps.
It would only be given under what I call controlled environment.
I think that they have an inclination to talk too much just to what they call controlled assets, that is spies that they ` ve recruited and pay.
That arrest occurred Tuesday in Spring Valley, New York, according to a DEA official, two of the agency's undercover agents make what they call a controlled delivery of marijuana to Sean James Timoney at a hotel there.
The key to intercepting a shipment is intercepting it and then allowing it to be completed, what we call a controlled delivery.
He was continuing to bring the balloon down on the, what they call a controlled descent, until he had gotten to about 500 feet.
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