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injunction
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Emma
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  • "Think of me to-morrow, my dear Emma, about four o’clock," was Mrs. Weston’s parting injunction; spoken with some anxiety, and meant only for her.
  • An injunction of secresy had been among Mr. Weston’s parting words.
  • He had despaired at one period; he had received such an injunction to caution and silence, as for the time crushed every hope;—she had begun by refusing to hear him.

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  • We are seeking an injunction to prevent construction of the plant until there has been further study.
  • We will comply with the court’s injunction.

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