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entrapment

(en-trap′mĕnt)
In medicine, compression, as of a peripheral nerve or vessel.
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To make out Entrapment 1, the defence must first show that police gave the accused an "opportunity" to commit the offence.
Another product recalled by Next this month is the Want That Trend Christmas Pudding Onesie due to a potential entrapment issue.
During the entrapment, Badinas was caught red-handed with the marked money.
The NBI agents and the Police themselves personally witnessed Jason's unlawful activity as they conducted the entrapment operation.
Jewel Nicanor, spokesman of the CITF, said the entrapment operation was launched at around 1:20 a.m.
Popliteal artery entrapment syndrome is a rare clinical entity affecting young individuals, causing symptoms of vascular compromise.
There are multiple strategies reported in literature to enhance the entrapment of hydrophilic compounds in PLGA nanoparticles.
This OCT study provides a unique insight into the medium-term vascular response to guidewire entrapment. We found that a substantial proportion of the intracoronary wire was covered by tissue, particularly where it was adjacent to the vessel wall.
Millions of people are affected by entrapment neuropathies worldwide.
Ulnar entrapment neuropathy affecting both sensory and motor branches was determined by electromyogram (EMG) and nerve conduction studies.
Entrapment Among the Highest-Profile Terrorism Cases 664
During the entrapment which was done at the parking area of a shopping mall in Malate, Manila, operatives arrested the suspects after receiving the marked P43,000 cash from an undercover agent.