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Origin of injunction
OTHER WORDS FROM injunctionin·junc·tive, adjectivein·junc·tive·ly, adverb
Words nearby injunction
Example sentences from the Web for injunction
Federal District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers heard arguments this morning regarding Epic's request for a temporary injunction in its case against Apple.Apple v. Epic hearing previews a long, hard-fought trial to come|Kyle Orland|September 28, 2020|Ars Technica
Separately, pending further review, a federal appeals court on Sunday stayed a lower court’s injunction that would allow mail ballots in Wisconsin to count if postmarked by Election Day and received up to six days later.Courts view GOP fraud claims skeptically as Democrats score key legal victories over mail voting|Elise Viebeck|September 28, 2020|Washington Post
The judge refused to grant an injunction against a November deadline for a sale.TikTok will not be banned at midnight, judge rules|Claire Zillman, reporter|September 28, 2020|Fortune
In granting the preliminary injunction, the judge said the plaintiffs were likely to succeed at a trial.Census must continue for another month, judge says|Verne Kopytoff|September 25, 2020|Fortune
“I will issue a preliminary injunction essentially in the form presented by the states,” Bastian said in court.Federal judge issues temporary injunction against USPS operational changes amid concerns about mail slowdowns|Elise Viebeck, Jacob Bogage|September 17, 2020|Washington Post
They prevailed last August, obtaining—follow me here—an injunction prohibiting the enforcement of those provisions.
The injunction, she argued, only applies to these four plaintiffs—not to anyone else.
It is, after all, only reviewing a decline of a stay of an injunction to stop withholding licenses.
The fact that some prescriptive rules are valuable does not mean that every grammatical injunction should be obeyed.Go Ahead, End With a Preposition: Grammar Rules We All Can Live With|Nick Romeo|November 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The winning injunction prevents the sale from taking place and almost ensures the lawsuit will go to trial.Kate Moss Advises Younger Sister to Drop Out of School; Rachel Roy Wins Preliminary Hearing With Parent Company|The Fashion Beast Team|May 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Now, quite alone and safe, she asked herself whether she had been a fool to obey Nigel's injunction and to trust her own beauty.Bella Donna|Robert Hichens
But a trade dispute of long standing was not settled, even in the seventeenth century, by a royal injunction.A History of the Cambridge University Press|S. C. Roberts
According to Walpole, an injunction was applied for to prevent the publication of the letters.
Up, and this morning comes Mr. Clerke, and tells me that the Injunction against Trice is dismissed again, which troubles me much.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete|Samuel Pepys
Christianity, not satisfied with recommending the love of our neighbor, superadds the injunction of loving our enemies.Letters To Eugenia|Paul Henri Thiry Holbach
British Dictionary definitions for injunction
Derived forms of injunctioninjunctive, adjectiveinjunctively, adverb
Word Origin for injunction
Cultural definitions for injunction
A court order that either compels or restrains an act by an individual, organization, or government official. In labor–management relations, injunctions have been used to prevent workers from going on strike.