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locked down

mod . [of a person] in jail. Mooshoo got himself locked down.
See also: down, lock
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Ensure the cleaning block is locked down by eyeballing it.
The following day the prison was locked down to allow a search to be carried out using specialist staff and detection dogs from the Prison Service.
Schools would be locked down and signs posted on the doors in Spanish and English saying that nobody would be allowed to enter or exit.
Unfortunately low finances, poor relationships, or a lack of a higher education keep you mentally locked down.
But the danger is that organizations may dictate that every e-mall message and document be locked down with a virtual ball and chain, meaning there would be no opportunity to copy, forward, edit, or archive.
He states that the company has already locked down 40 percent and should have no trouble getting the remaining 50 percent.
When the detainee arrived at the detention facility on a Saturday, he was locked down in his cell to keep him apart from the general population until Monday when facility classification staff arrived.
TM], like the original Range Rover, is an advanced design utilizing a single sighting aperture that may either be locked down and used as a fixed-pin sight or adjusted before each shot to account for various yardages.
As hammer comes into wind, shoulders should be level with trapezius and latissimus muscles locked down.
This time-consuming and costly approach is one reason why a significant number of Internet facing servers are not locked down, thus compromising the security of the organizations assets.
Five Bethel schools were temporarily locked down Monday morning after Eugene police received a report of a person with a firearm across the street from Willamette High School.