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The confinement of people in their own rooms (e.g., in a school) or cells (in a prison), or to their own homes or areas (e.g., in the case of a city- or nation-wide issue) as a security measure after or amid a disturbance or pandemic, etc.
1931, State University of Iowa. Bureau of Business Research, ''Iowa studies in business'' (issues 10-15, page 24)
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