from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of arresting or stopping; obstruction; stoppage.
- noun In Scots law: A process by which a creditor may attach money or movable property which a third person holds for behoof of his debtor. It bears a general resemblance to foreign attachment by the custom of London. See
attachment. The arrest or detention of a criminal till he finds caution or surety to stand trial, or the securing of a debtor until he pays the debt or gives security for its payment.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Scots Law) The arrest of a person, or the seizure of his effects; esp., a process by which money or movables in the possession of a third party are attached.
- noun A stoppage or check.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The action of
arresting(in any sense)
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When World War II broke out, Pound almost fanatically addressed American troops in broadcasts on Rome Radio, which ended in 1945 with his arrestment by partisans and imprisonment by U.S. Forces in a Disciplinary Center near Pisa.
It was this brave and heroic resistance waged by such women that led to their continuous harassment and arrestment.
Cardinal; and that being denounced, or put to the horn, and liable to summary arrestment and execution, he could not have undertaken the task at such a time, of carrying letters and messages between the conspirators.
But it is common with Mr. Mill and his school to think of law as _necessary inviolable_ sequence; whereas it is but a fixed mode of action whether _necessarily or freely_ determined; and it is a part of law that some activities should be liable to suspension or arrestment by others, and especially by the
 A reference to the History of France will explain Knox's allusion to the treacherous conduct of Henry the Second, in the arrestment and execution of two of his councillors who had avowed their attachment to the Protestant faith.
On the occasion of the arrestment of the clerk Nikola Pavičić, the musket of an ardito went off and an eye was blown out to Mr. Pavičić.