So Rupert went unpunished except by banishment and the impounding of his rents.
A provision for the impounding and destruction of infringing copies and means for producing them.
"Too many sweeties, I expect," said Mrs. Brown, laying a heavy hand on the bag and impounding it for future reference.
Nor can surface water be changed into a water course by impounding it.
No. 2, a local act, by which people whose property is trespassed upon, are allowed the privilege of impounding the trespassers.
He felt a sense of relief, however, that the authorities had acted so promptly in impounding Lyne's books.
It is in this connection that reservoirs for impounding flood waters would be of great value.
Few colonial enactments have occasioned more vexation than the impounding laws.
Then arrangements must be made for impounding, and perhaps suitable dams and waterworks will be built for this purpose.
At last, on November 4, Colon received the news of the revolution and the impounding of the Colombian officers.