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entrapment

(en-trap′mĕnt)
In medicine, compression, as of a peripheral nerve or vessel.
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In a separate statement, Mr O'May refuted suggestions that Mr Galley was "knowingly used by police to entrap Mr Green".
Indoor air quality issues such as these and other environmental risks of equal importance including leaking oil tanks, asbestos exposures, lead based paint and more, are legacy risks that can entrap an unsuspecting buyer of residential properties in a web of costly litigation typically not covered by any standard property or casualty insurance program.
Mattress width, length, and/or depth; alignment of the bed frame; type of siderail; and condition of mattress should leave no gap wide enough to entrap a resident's head or body.
In one application, the highly porous fibrous carrier has been used to entrap a variety of sorbents and biosupports that can be tailored to address a wide spectrum of chemical agents, pathogens and other contaminants.
Pumps don't entrap people--careless pool operators and ignorant swimmers entrap each other!
The fibrillar blood clot functions as an important element of the innate immune system by its ability to entrap and immobilize bacteria that have entered the body via wounds, thereby preventing their systemic dissemination throughout the body of the injured host (1, 2).
Topkamp had Camlet, Golden Nun and Entrap behind her when winning twice earlier this season and drops back in trip after being touched off in Listed class last time.
A private investigator suddenly whisks Tabitha away one evening because her (ahem!) skills are needed for a covert operation to entrap a popular actor with a fetish for underage girls.
Rather than focus on the plight of the young lovers, the play focuses instead on attempts to utilize, obtain, or entrap Moll.
In this research, some changes were made in the synthesis of liposomes and nanocarriers were produced that can entrap DNA molecules with very high efficiency (98%) in their absolutely neutral structure.
BODY CLOCK I FEEL my eyelids both unlock, to the ticktock of the clock, My mind now awake from close-down, facial Awareness relieving my frown, Eyelids flutter, being torn from sweet dreams, As mind and body seek to satisfy extremes, In warmth, snoring unison now defunct, as others Equally now grunt, Darkness once more calls to entrap, as instant recovery Leaves the afternoon nap, Although still sleepy, 'where am I?' from dream unreal, The bell rings and we're ever ready for the evening meal.
But the resources put into an operation to entrap a local village pub by sending in a youth, who in my opinion and that of every other drinker in the pub, certainly looked old enough to try to induce the staff to sell alcohol to a minor is a vast waste of police time and taxpayers' money.