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  • noun Plural form of curfew.

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Examples

  • People scoff at the idea of curfews, tracking implants, police on every corner with the authority to kill those who oppose the government in any way.

    Heart of a Patriot

  • Storing food to manage during the curfews is another problem.

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  • You'd do well to consider how many "curfews" have been successfully challenged on the grounds of constitutionality.

    Obama Administration Looks To Reinstate Assault-Weapons Ban

  • You'd do well to consider how many "curfews" have been successfully challenged on the grounds of constitutionality.

    Obama Administration Looks To Reinstate Assault-Weapons Ban

  • You'd do well to consider how many "curfews" have been successfully challenged on the grounds of constitutionality.

    Obama Administration Looks To Reinstate Assault-Weapons Ban

  • You'd do well to consider how many "curfews" have been successfully challenged on the grounds of constitutionality.

    Obama Administration Looks To Reinstate Assault-Weapons Ban

  • The full Juggle blog Parents who are involved in stable romantic relationships with spouses or partners tend more than other parents to set rules limiting teen dating behavior, such as curfews, minimum ages for dating, limits on places teens can go and explicit rules against sexual activity, says a new study of 169 parents and 102 teens by Stephanie Madsen, an associate professor of psychology at Maryland's McDaniel College.

    What the Dating Rules You Set

  • While it's up to you to set the ground rules, such as curfews and limits on activities, it's usually best for parents to avoid opposing or trying to control dating relationships, which can invite rebellion.

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  • However, we're going to continue to clear streets and power restoration is going to be a big variable when it comes to deciding issues such as curfews and that type of thing.

    CNN Transcript Aug 14, 2004

  • If the government foresees a resurgence of violence, it can turn to a milder security law, the Internal Security Act ISA, which is already in place and allows the authorities to impose measures such as curfews and bans on gatherings.

    Reuters: Top News

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