Sentences with phrase «holding cell»

Maryland has a law that anyone over 18 who is driving is not allowed to be operating a hand held cell phone.
INSURANCE
Both men were declared «specially designated global terrorists» last year for their roles in the group, with officials holding the cell responsible for beheading more than 27 hostages and torturing many more.
BUSINESS
Operated with a switch alongside the window controls, the soft fabric curtains automatically cover the rear windows and rear windshield, affording chauffeured passengers more privacy from nosy paparazzi.There are also new standard storage compartments in the rear doors, again lined with leather, and sized to hold cell phones or the Bluetooth headphones necessary for the rear-seat DVD players.
AUTOMOBILES
You don't want to be holding a cell phone in a wizarding world.
GAMING
Another explanation is that CPS has no standards for in-school suspension rooms, so they are little more than holding cells that offer little or no education or counseling to help change behavior.
EDUCATION
New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said on Thursday that he wouldn't pursue criminal charges related to Raynette Turner, who in July was found dead in a Mount Vernon Police Department holding cell.
POLITICS
Despite the fact that texting at the wheel became prohibited in 2009, less than 3,200 tickets were handed out last year compared to nearly 350,000 tickets given to drivers using hand held cell phones, WCBS 880's Paul Murnane reported.
POLITICS
It will also include a tour of the Sir Louis Henry Davies Law Courts building where participants can see the courtrooms, holding cells, law library and public areas.
LAW
The breakthrough in using bioprinting for tissue regeneration is the gel used to contain the cells: The mixture must hold the cells in place when they are laid down as well as provide a viable medium where they can be kept alive while they are held in the reservoirs.
SCIENCE
In many cities and states, driving and holding a cell phone to talk are prohibited.
INSURANCE
They really appreciate the parent tray for holding cell phones, drinks, etc. while out for a stroll at the zoo or mall.
PARENTING
In 2009 he and colleagues published the first paper suggesting that jamming could hold cells in tissues in place, and that an unjamming transition could mobilize some of those cells, a possibility that could have implications for asthma and other diseases.
SCIENCE
Once on the surface of the lungs, Der p1 (the most studied and understood enzyme) attacks and dissolves the «glue» that holds the cells together.
HEALTH & FITNESS
It's designed to hold a cell phone, so the occupant doesn't have to tuck the phone in a door bin, where it inevitably falls out, or fight for space in a centre-console cupholder.
AUTOMOBILES
When no one fessed up to the ring, he had everyone in the pubic gallery of the Courtroom - ignoring, for some reason, Court staff and attorneys - put under arrest and of those 46, 14 were not in a position to post bail so they were crowded into holding cells with the riff-raff of society and later bused to the local jail.
LAW
The bill makes it illegal to drive while holding a cell phone in your hand.
LAW
Megumi and at least 13 others were taken from coastal cities in Japan during the 1970s and 80s, shoved into holding cells on spy vessels, and shipped off to North Korea to train agents in Japanese culture and customs.
BOOKS
If the police do not release you immediately, you will be taken to holding cells in the police station.
LAW
I have my Bluetooth hook up, for what I believe will become in the near future... no hand held cell phone use!
AUTOMOBILES
In other words, they believed it is unsafe to hold the cell phone in hand will driving.
INSURANCE
The center console had two cup holders and two other wells that would hold a cell phone, sunglasses, pencils and pens.
AUTOMOBILES
A common recipe for traffic disaster: picking-up 4 friends, blasting the stereo, and holding a cell phone while driving.
INSURANCE
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said he will not pursue criminal charges related to Raynette Turner, who in July was found dead in a Mount Vernon Police Department holding cell.
POLITICS
If you were holding a cell phone in such a manner that you could hit the officer with it, it would be reasonable for him to ask you to stop.
LAW
In the foreground, a selfie stick, suspended by unseen means, holds a cell phone camera trained upon the seated figure.
ART
The storage pocket has two open and one zippered compartment to hold a cell phone, keys, tissues, or other small necessities.
PARENTING
The eight-inch display/audio touchscreen sits prominently in the centre of the dash, and an open shelf runs along the bottom to conveniently hold cell phones, sunglasses, 12v chargers and other paraphernalia essential for modern-day survival.
AUTOMOBILES
State and local prohibitions against holding a cell phone while driving don't have to impede your mobility.
BUSINESS
As our founder described in a recent article for The Huffington Post, the skin's natural barrier (or «outer layer») is essentially made up of dead skin cells and a lipid bilayer that holds those cells together.
HEALTH & FITNESS
«Ceramides help to restore the skin's barrier by holding the cells together, and hyaluronic acid can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water, meaning it does wonders in hydrating the skin.»
FASHION
In Dreaming in Umbria, the figure holds a cigarette; in Cellular as the title indicates, the figure holds a cell phone.
ART
Like the philosopher Bachelard's basements and attics, they are holding cells for ephemera and places of intrigue.
BUSINESS
I can still remember my last ride on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disney World and barely being able to see the animatronics around a small forest of upraised hands holding cell phones in camera mode.
TECHNOLOGY
Audette and the other suspects — with the exception of the Mascouche mayor who was reported to be in Cuba on holiday — were taken to holding cells headquarters of Sûreté du Québec headquarters, but later released.
LAW
«How nature engineered the original rotary motor: Study finds tether protein that measures bacterial flagella, holds cells together.»
SCIENCE
A wound-healer run amok In the 1970s, a scientist at the University of Geneva in Switzerland discovered cells in healing wounds that seemed to be intermediate in character between fibroblasts, which secrete fibers such as collagen that make up the matrix that holds cells together in tissues, and smooth muscle cells, like those in the intestines and blood vessels.
SCIENCE
These sugars hold cells together, they allow cells to communicate together and they are extremely important across medicine and biotechnology.
SCIENCE
It's an adhesive that holds the cells of our bodies together.
RELIGION
Their slapstick trip plays out like a country song, veering from honky-tonks to holding cells to cheap hotels.
MOVIES & TV
Multiple storage bins hold cell phones and small items.
AUTOMOBILES
There's also a tiny pop-up table between the driver/passenger seats to hold cell phones, cups or snacks for long-distance travel, and a 12-volt power outlet in the cargo hold.
AUTOMOBILES
Smaller ones can hold cell phones or other small items you don't want getting wet.
PARENTING
The office is currently actively investigating the death of Raynette Turner, who died in a Mt. Vernon holding cell this summer.
POLITICS
Original asymmetrical gameplay and co-op mini-games: With the timer ticking, deactivate alarms and unlock doors or holding cells.
GAMING
Bush has done a lot of work on tight junctions — Velcro-like proteins that create macromembranes that hold the cells together.
HEALTH & FITNESS
It holds a cell phone, keys, mini wallet, and lip gloss.
FASHION
In reality, Solomon flew the Titan because the lack of holding cells allowed him a faster cruising speed.
GAMING
This appears to destabilize the structure that holds the cell rigid, he says, leaving the mutated cell free to metastasize.
SCIENCE
As the gel solidifies, it takes the shape of the membranes and creates a matrix that holds the cells» proteins, DNA and RNA in place.
SCIENCE
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