They will also meet the archbishop of Seattle, Peter Sartain, who has been given the task of reining in the American nuns.
Republican senators backed the idea of reining in Fannie and Freddie.
Securing the implementation of health-care reform and reining in Medicare spending would be another priority.
Many Democrats deserve support for their commitment to balanced budgets, reducing spending, and reining in the size of government.
This is also the region responsible for reining in emotions.
reining in, Nelson demanded to know the reason for this unaccountable hostility.
Then, reining about, he wheeled his horse to take the back trail.
Few know the difficulty of bridling the imagination, and reining back a hard-mouthed pen.
"Why, we should be on his land now," said Mr. Stewart, reining up the horse.
But reining his passion, he resolved to wait a more promising opportunity.
c.1300, "strap fastened to a bridle," from Old French rene, resne "reins, bridle strap, laces" (Modern French rêne), probably from Vulgar Latin *retina "a bond, check," back-formation from Latin retinere "hold back" (see retain). To give something free rein is originally of horses.
c.1300, from rein (n.). Figurative extension "put a check on" first recorded 1580s. Related: Reined; reining. To rein up "halt" (1550s) is from the way to make a horse stop by pulling up on the reins.