Confining [noun]

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A company called Jurassic Quest created a prehistoric zoo of more than 70 animatronic beasts to explore from the confines of your car.

For Cowles and the game’s other actors, that meant recording lines of dialogue — and their many screams — from the confines of their homes.

While team success within friendly confines has nosedived, if the trend holds, it won’t be much of a departure for the Big Ten, which opens play Friday.

If it was controlled and kept within the confines of marriage, it could build strong families and, ultimately, a strong nation.

Whether you’re working from home, helping educate kids from the confines of your own walls, or like so many of us, doing both, a new constant that probably isn’t going away is the video call.

Prodding and tweaking, they’ve tried to modify or even replace Einstein’s gravity, all the while keeping their models within the ever-tighter confines of observation.

To these and the general forms of old English pipes, I purpose confining myself in the present article.

The veil had slipped and might easily have been mistaken for a ribbon confining the queue at the base of the head.

When a way has been acquired by such use, the law is strict in confining the gainer in the use of it.

Instead of confining their action to actual applicants for help, they had to search out cases of nuisance or dangerous disease.