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[ri′strik·təd]
(geology)
Referring to tectonic transport or movement in which elongation of particles is transverse to the direction of movement.
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The right to privacy cases generally do not support attempts by law enforcement managers to restrict off-duty lawful relationships between an employee and a non-employee, and few law enforcement cases discuss the constitutionality of restricting dating and cohabitation between co-workers of equal stature in the workplace.
The guidelines would also restrict therapeutic claims from being listed on the labels of these products, a significant hindrance for some companies' marketing plans.
Following are key questions and answers about Call ID and restrict options.
The legal framework supporting parallel trade in the EU has restricted the actions pharmaceutical companies can take to restrict parallel trade, but Bayer's legal victory on the Adalat case in 2004 has provided companies with an opportunity to take action that can effectively restrict parallel trade without infringing EU law.
The initiative could restrict a property owners' ability to clear native brush and create a defensible space around their homes in high-fire-danger areas, and it could prohibit a homeowner from building a home or landscaping a backyard within 150 feet of a creek or stream," said Lindsay.
A conservation easement is a legal agreement between a landowner and a conservation agency that permanently restricts the property's uses in order to protect its conservation value.