The Upper East Side is starting to shed its Sixth Sense “I see dead people,” while retaining its grand roots.
Such a restraining order, however, will often preclude the defendant from retaining his counsel of choice.
Because Claire McCaskill indicates openness to retaining them, at least for taxpayers in the under $1 million range.
World leaders, businesses, and economists have broadly supported the case for retaining the union.
Cameron's comments will only confirm that she was in favour of retaining the Union all along.
You must allow us the honor and pleasure of retaining you on the free list.
The breaks have been restored in this e-text, retaining the slashes and all hyphens.
Etain, retaining her own name, grew up thence as an Irish princess.
For it is upon our retaining our interest that the birthright of our humanity depends.
It is then very wet, and has a wonderful power of retaining the moisture.
late 14c., "hold back, restrain;" c.1400, "continue keeping, keep possession of," from Old French retenir "keep, retain; take into feudal service; hold back; remember" (12c.), from Latin retinere "hold back, keep back, detain, restrain," from re- "back" (see re-) + tenere "to hold" (see tenet). Meaning "keep (another) attached to one's person, keep in service" is from mid-15c.; specifically of lawyers from 1540s. Meaning "keep in the mind" is from c.1500. Related: Retained; retaining.