keep order

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Neither German nor chemistry was taught, and French only by the form-masters; they could keep order better than a foreigner, and, since they knew the grammar as well as any Frenchman, it seemed unimportant that none of them could have got a cup of coffee in the restaurant at Boulogne unless the waiter had known a little English.
We've been told to keep order, and that no one is to leave their homes or take away a single grain, and that's all about it
Within a month there was not a city anywhere in which the ordinary law and social procedure had not been replaced by some form of emergency control, in which firearms and military executions were not being used to keep order and prevent violence.
Then followed a period of vehement and passionate conflict against disintegration; everywhere the struggle to keep order and to keep fighting went on.
There is no other way to keep order aboard, and I am captain of this little craft, for a time at least.
Old Charley," who was pretty much intoxicated, and excessively red in the face, now took a seat, with an air of mock dignity, at the head of the board, and thumped furiously upon it with a decanter, calling upon the company to keep order "during the ceremony of disinterring the treasure.
The next place the guide took us to in the holy church was an altar dedicated to the Roman soldier who was of the military guard that attended at the Crucifixion to keep order, and who--when the vail of the Temple was rent in the awful darkness that followed; when the rock of Golgotha was split asunder by an earthquake; when the artillery of heaven thundered, and in the baleful glare of the lightnings the shrouded dead flitted about the streets of Jerusalem--shook with fear and said, "Surely this was the Son of God
Soon the rumour began to spread through the town, that something extraordinary was about to happen, and such a crowd began to collect that the guards had to be called out to keep order, and to make a way for the enchanted horse.
A quarter past one now struck, and the bell began tolling for dinner; so they went into the hall and took their places, Tom at the very bottom of the second table, next to the prepostor (who sat at the end to keep order there), and East a few paces higher.
In a worrying escalation, Madrid ordered the army to back the state police and civil guard trying to keep order in the region.
Bahrain confirmed its solid stance by the side of Algeria in confrontation of all kinds of terrorism and extremism and its support for all measures taken by Algerian authorities to keep order.
is keen to keep order, stabilise security and bring about justice through implementing the rules prescribed by Allah (God) .