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enjoin

To issue an order from a court commanding one to take some action or cease some action. See injunction.

References in classic literature ?
Then, I said, Thrasymachus, there is no one in any rule who, in so far as he is a ruler, considers or enjoins what is for his own interest, but always what is for the interest of his subject or suitable to his art; to that he looks, and that alone he considers in everything which he says and does.
And on that account doth the noble one enjoin upon himself not to abash: bashfulness doth he enjoin on himself in presence of all sufferers.
In fact, whoever enjoins good and forbids evil, invites to Allh The Almighty.
The injunction further enjoins five Hyundai employees who formerly worked for AMD from performing certain job functions for Hyundai's Flash Division.
The injunction enjoins the defendants -- including Sony Corporation, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Columbia Pictures Industries, John Calley, and Kevin McClory -- from preparing, producing, distributing or advertising of a James Bond film in any media throughout the United States based on claimed rights in Ian Fleming's copyrighted James Bond material.