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At this time there were stringent regulations, some of which are still in force, with regard to the taking up of passengers.
Everard frowned anxiously; he had dreaded this question, but he had to be firm, for the doctor's orders were stringent.
MOLLIE'S PRINCEROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
Among these men there was a stringent code of honour, any infringement of which was punished by death.
A STUDY IN SCARLETARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
What Textor may now think I do not know, except that he was too stringent in his prescriptions.
Provision was made for the stringent control of all local authorities by the central government.
The county had obtained a stringent order, with all-the-year-round protection for its rare species.
BIRDS AND MANW. H. HUDSON
Stringent regulations were issued regarding the economical consumption of fuel, and also to guard against all accidents from fire.
THE GREAT FROZEN SEAALBERT HASTINGS MARKHAM
During the first years stringent measures were in force at the mouth of the Minnesota River.
OLD FORT SNELLINGMARCUS L. HANSEN
The most stringent steps were taken to prevent the distribution of prohibited books.
It was said, too, that despite the stringent "liquor law," the hustling parties were provided with intoxicants.
WHEN LIFE WAS YOUNGC. A. STEPHENS

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