Retired officers only because officers in active service were estopped from political agitation.
Before attorning, you may do so; after that you are estopped.
Treason in the executive branch of the government was estopped.
In rebuking inconstancy she was out of court; she was estopped, as the lawyers call it.
Are third persons ever estopped from denying a corporation's legal existence?
If they had failed at some time to claim this protection, are they to be estopped, in all time to come, from claiming it?
Admiration of that one-time so much traversed body of law became suddenly all the vogue, and criticism was estopped.
Under those circumstances I do not think it is possible for your Honor to say that she has been estopped.
As no copies of the 1605 or 1609 issues are now extant, it is probable that they also were estopped by the authorities.
In other words, they are estopped because of their conduct when you purchased the vessel.
1530s, from Anglo-French estopper "to stop, bar, hinder" (especially in a legal sense, by one's own prior act or declaration), from Old French estoper "plug, stop up, block; prevent, halt" (also in obscene usage), from estope "tow, oakum," from Latin stuppa "tow" (used as a plug); see stop (v.).