Sunday, April 27, 2008

Final Project: Restrain(t)

I am exploring an object which restrains or restricts the motion of playing a record. I thought this might be a good start:


1 a: To prevent from doing, exhibiting, or expressing something <restrained the child from jumping> b: to limit, restrict, or keep under controlrestrain your anger>
2: to moderate or limit the force, effect development, or full exercise of <restrain trade>
3: to deprive of liberty; especially: to place under arrest or restraint

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