At a later point in the note, Panetta writes, “CIA retains the authority to detain individuals on a short-term transitory basis.”
Kadyrov had promised to detain Muslim women wearing veils that cover their faces.
That bill would also have required the police to detain them until federal agents could come and take them into custody.
Nor do officers not at work tend to carry less than lethal weapons or handcuffs to control and detain lawbreakers.
They will detain them and begin the process of removal—which is what federal law theoretically calls for in the first place.
Margaret still held the King's hand, and sought to detain him.
What he had to say therefore on the subject would not detain them long.
You want to get away from this, I suppose; and as nobody wants to detain you, the thing is easy enough.
Mrs. Menotti tried to detain him; she could not understand what was amiss.
To the other priests and his wife who sought to detain him, he had answered, "Where the flock is there should the shepherd be!"