That advice has been a constant refrain in a pandemic responsible for more than 350,000 deaths in the United States. I can say that you feel like pushing yourself – please abstain. Still, some policymakers doubted that companies could do without CAP donations for long. It`s usually hard to refrain from doing something: it can be hard to skip dessert after dinner, especially if your aunt makes her double chocolate brownies. The Latin word refrÄnÄre is composed of the prefixes re-, « back » and frÄnÄre, « to hold a horse with a bridle ». No need to hold back when chorus is used as a name; It is the part of a song or poem that repeats itself. The agreement required suppliers not to seize commercial or retail customers who could not pay, for example, and suspended any late fees. You`ll also see the chorus used in less intimate contexts when it`s up to the speaker to be polite – for example, when someone gives instructions to customers. In this context, lack of self-control can have unpleasant consequences.

If a flight attendant asks you to quit smoking and you do it anyway, you can expect a much stronger response than a mild disappointment. When tenders are required, the government can prevent construction by simply refraining from bidding. By doing without physical expression, one can at least partially inhibit emotion. When someone burps in a quiet classroom, it can be hard to stop laughing. Use the verb refrain when you have a sudden impulse to do something and have prevented yourself from doing so. Middle English refreyn, from Middle French refrain, change from Old French refrait melodie, answer, from past participle refraindre to rupture, moderate, from vulgar Latin *refrangere, change from Latin refringere – more to refract When someone asks you to refrain from doing something, the implication is that they rely on your self-control. It is used in social contexts – Please refrain from arguing with your uncle Roger. The consequences of not omitting a certain action in a social context are likely to depend exactly on the context and may be limited to a slight disappointment. Have you ever seen or written about a negative covenant written as « will abstain » instead of « must not »? I see it today in a confidentiality agreement of another party. It gives me some heartburn that the other party is forced to simply « not disclose » our client`s confidential information.

The dictionary.com definition of the chorus is « refraining from an impulse to say or do something. » It seems a bit sweet, a little too much like trying. Am I being petty if I mark this and send it back? I recently received the following email from a reader warning me of this: In short, does the renunciation of repentance on Shabbat serve to unite the country around the symbol of Jewish Week? What had happened to her that she was so beside herself and barely able to suppress the open tears? Hospital leaders, frontline workers and experts have condemned Ducey for failing to impose comprehensive mitigation measures. A quick definition of Desist And Chorus: Stop doing what you`re doing and not doing it again in the future. In some states, the Real Estate Commissioner has the power to issue and refrain from issuing a cease and desist order if real estate laws are violated. 1) n. Any instruction or warrant from a judge or court that is not a judgment or legal opinion (although both may contain an order) ordering that something be done or that there be a prohibition to act. This can range from an order to have a case heard on a specific date to an order to execute a convicted defendant in a state prison. (2) v. for a judge to order a party to do or refrain from doing a particular act in court, or to order an officer or clerk (such as a sheriff) to take certain actions such as forfeiture of property or arrest of an AWOL defendant.

For contract purposes, you`d probably have a hard time arguing that the chorus expresses anything other than a complete prohibition. But why risk having this discussion? When reviewing a contract, I would not hesitate to change that I should refrain from doing so, and that is what I told the reader who asked the question. abstention, especially someone who does not consume alcoholic beverages; Abstention, waiver. In some cases, people refrain from shaving to help a charity – but not those related to Movember. She walked away, majestic as a goddess, aware of her power, but magnanimously refrained from using it. And there is no downside to omitting contract waiver. Because treaties are there to articulate rules and have no voice, they are not the place of Namby-pamby veneration as evidenced by the chorus. In some verses, a series of words repeated at the end of each stanza. Search the dictionary of legal abbreviations and acronyms for acronyms and/or abbreviations that contain refrains. This is a summary of an upcoming entry in the Encyclopedia of Law. Please check later to get the full entry. You might be interested in the historical significance of this term.

Browse or search for the historical law refrain in the Encyclopedia of Law. Pinsky, Rankine, Harjo and others discuss words they like, browse or search for choruses in the American Encyclopedia of Law, the Asian Encyclopedia of Law, the European Encyclopedia of Law, the UK Encyclopedia of Law or the Latin American and Spanish Encyclopedia of Law.