What about allowing a school to manually or "mechanically" restrain students?
She recalls a Secret Service agent trying to restrain her at the White House, saying the president was all right.
“He fought like a boxer,” one Taliban source told Yousafzai, and it took several militants to restrain him.
To some observers, this is a classic Red State action to try to restrain the growth of renewable energy.
"If they know where the accounts are, why the hell don't they restrain them already," Sercarz says.
Now that she belongs to Beric and not to me, I need not restrain my just indignation longer.
The railroad can do it, to restrain its employees from striking.
It was impossible for these first callers to restrain a thrill of nervousness as to the nature of the reception before them.
It was all he could do to restrain himself from roaring aloud in his rage.
They accordingly steered for it, but the wind falling, they were compelled to restrain their eagerness.
mid-14c., from stem of Old French restreindre "press, push together; curb, bridle; bandage" (12c.), from Latin restringere "draw back tightly, confine, check" (see restriction). Related: Restrained; restraining.
That which we restrain we keep within limits; that which we restrict we keep within certain definite limits; that which we repress we try to put out of existence. [Century Dictionary, 1902]