subject to control

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From the statistics of the prosecutor's office and the courts, it is understood that about 4,000 people are sentenced to probation annually and are subject to control.
The Remains want us in the EU's single market, in the EU's customs union, consequently subject to uncontrolled migration, paying membership fees to the EU, subject to control by the EU apparatchiks and the EU's obedient courts.
Social networks were subject to control and access to some of them was blocked.
Electronic auction: provision of services for transportation of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances included in lists ii and iii of the list of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and their precursors subject to control in the russian federation.
He said 53 people had been subject to control orders.
2762 seeks to create a National Strategic Goods List which would describe with specificity the strategic goods subject to control and authorization.
Tires available with distributors and agents will be subject to control starting November 2017, he said.
Gary Harvey, defending, said his client asked that the dogs be subject to control orders rather than being destroyed.
The Bitcoin is not subject to control or regulation and was therefore risky, said the central bank.
Rahman, a dad-of-four, who moved to the UK in 1982, pleaded guilty to two counts of employing an adult subject to control who had not been granted leave to enter or remain in UK.
Capitalism prevails but it is a malign system unless it is subject to control.
people currently subject to control orders, virtual house detention.

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