Example Of enjoin

All happens only by the will of Allah and the acceptance of this reality is enjoined on the believers.

And the terms of reference will include an enjoinment that they stay at the tactical headquarters.

At the same time, the ordinary workers were enjoined to toil even harder and sacrifice ever more in the name of national development.

Believers recall the Master's enjoiner , ‘When the time of worship comes, if we are away from home, let us turn westwards to pray to Buddha.

Fasting is one of the five ‘pillars of Islam’ and is enjoined on everyone who has reached puberty.

He enjoined investors to change their attitude and become socially responsible to improve ordinary people's quality of life.

I worked once on a research vessel in the Bahamas, and each afternoon at about three, a pod of dolphins surrounded the boat, enjoining us to come play.

In general, it enjoins us to refrain from all aggression and fraud, since both are seen as violations of human dignity, ways of fashioning human beings into tools for one's own ends.

In the meantime, Mr. Meyer is enjoined from in any way further interfering with the flow of water in the channel from the plaintiffs’ land across his land.

Members are enjoined to study and to teach others.

More than three decades passed before Lewis enjoined his readers to utilize dumb-bells as instruments that would benefit their lungs, improve the condition of their hearts, and enhance their vigor.

So Allah enjoins Muslims to fight those people who create hurdles on the path of creating a peaceful and just society.

The code also enjoins the rebels and the government to refrain from any provocative acts such as arrests, kidnapping and extortion.

The first is to explain why - if moral action is a hindrance to nirvana - the texts continually enjoin the performance of good deeds.

The Florida Supreme Court overruled her and enjoined her from certifying.

The plaintiffs say its search service relies on methods that are too similar to their system, and are demanding an enjoinment and damages.

Then a female voice breaks in with an advisory about the traffic jam, during which she enjoins drivers already trapped to give lifts to pedestrians.

There is an implicit echo in this report of Laming's enjoiner to do the basic things well.

They enjoin members to be ‘gentle and compassionate, kind and courteous’.

This wonderful statement enjoins us to understand that in political matters there can be no single ‘university position’ or voice.

With respect to the military commissions, we were enjoined from going forward with military commissions by a district court order.