These words, in plain English, conveyed an injunction to ring the bell.
Having superadded many injunctions to be sure and not take cold, the old lady at length permitted him to depart.
With these injunctions, he pushed the rattling door with his shoulder, and entered the house, followed by his companion.
On their way to the magistrate, Mr. Bumble instructed Oliver that all he would have to do, would be to look very happy, and say, when the gentleman asked him if he wanted to be apprenticed, that he should like it very much indeed; both of which injunctions Oliver promised to obey: the rather as Mr. Bumble threw in a gentle hint, that if he failed in either particular, there was no telling what would be done to him.
At length, all was ready; and the little parcel having been handed up, with many injunctions and entreaties for its speedy delivery, the man set spurs to his horse, and rattling over the uneven paving of the market-place, was out of the town, and galloping along the turnpike-road, in a couple of minutes.
There are no more uses of "injunction" in the book.
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We are seeking an injunction to prevent construction of the plant until there has been further study.