Last year, a federal judge granted a temporary injunction against a similar law, calling its limits on what faculty are allowed to teach “positively dystopian.”
—New York Times
The agency has won twice and lost once, with the remaining injunctions pending.
For the Colorado case, a hearing for a preliminary injunction – effectively an extension of the 14-day temporary restraining order – is scheduled for April 24.
对于科罗拉多州的案件，初步禁令的听证会——实际上是对 14 天临时限制令的延长——定于 4 月 24 日举行。
(law) a judicial remedy issued in order to prohibit a party from doing or continuing to do a certain activity
n. [管理] 禁令；命令；劝告
cease and desist order,enjoining,enjoinment
If your school begins building a swimming pool on land that does not belong to it, the city might issue an injunction to stop it. An injunction is an official order issued by a judge.
In general injunctions are court ordered settlements or commands. In the United States, judges cannot create laws, but they can require someone to do something or to stop doing something. If you were wrongly fired from a job, a court may issue an injunction to your former employer, requiring him or her to hire you back or pay your back salary.
An injunction of secresy had been among Mr. Weston’s parting words.
—Emma by Jane Austen
Gaining such an injunction through what is called “prior restraint” was almost impossible in the courts, however, and Marshall advised Bobby to wait until the book was published.
—Endgame by Frank Brady
To drum up public support for the law, legal injunctions were bolstered by insidious propaganda—a formula that the Nazis would eventually bring to monstrous perfection.
—The Gene by Siddhartha Mukherjee
injunction (n.)early 15c., from Late Latin iniunctionem (nominative iniunctio) “a command,” noun of action from past participle stem of Latin iniungere “impose, inflict, bring upon,” literally “attach to,” from in- “on” (from PIE root *en “in”) + iungere “to join together,” from nasalized form of PIE root *yeug- “to join.”Related entries & more
injunction (n.)early 15c., 来自晚期拉丁语 iniunctionem（主格 iniunctio）“命令”，动作名词，来自拉丁语 iniungere 的过去分词词干“强加，造成，带来”，字面意思是“附加到”，来自 in- “on”（来自 PIE 词根 *en “in”）+ iungere “一起加入”，来自 PIE 词根 *yeug-“加入”的鼻化形式。相关条目及更多
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