While British officials tightened the reins
on Late Loyalists, they increasingly imitated US frontier policy, pressuring the Native peoples of Upper Canada to adopt a sedentary lifestyle as Christian farmers and recruiting tens of thousands of English, Welsh, Irish, and Scottish settlers to build a loyal and peaceable province.
Where have you tightened the reins
to the point of suffocation?
According to the Fund, the authorities tightened the reins
on the policy of public debt management and improved the access to foreign funding.
We can't know for sure what was in Gemme's mind when he tightened the reins
Eugene's system of open school choice and alternative schools has been a hallmark of the district since the 1970s, although the board has closed several alternative schools and tightened the reins
on cross-neighborhood transfers in recent years.
Their banks have likely tightened the reins
on available credit and taken a more conservative posture.
In addition, he said a lot of people here were able to refinance their adjustable rate mortgages before the banks tightened the reins
because housing prices stayed strong here.
Lenders have also tightened the reins
further with an annual cap on how much new land the company can buy.
The FSA became wary of the situation and tightened the reins
, causing market conditions to deteriorate.
It has, however, tightened the reins
at various times, such as during the Tibet protests last March.
The United States is not the only country that has tightened the reins
If City Hall had actually tightened the reins
on spending when the recession hit, there would be no financial crisis at all.
And, in recent years, the military has quietly tightened the reins
on FOLA releases by rewriting regulations regarding releasable information.
Joan Johnson, who owns 51% of JPC's stock and is also chairman of the board, tightened the reins
on costs and expenses last year.