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restricted

[ri′strik·təd]
(geology)
Referring to tectonic transport or movement in which elongation of particles is transverse to the direction of movement.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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They point out that businesses in Canada are not restricted in the same way as charities.
One possible explanation: Calorie restricted animals have lower body temperatures than non-CR animals.
Critics claim blocking programs prevent access to sites that should not be blocked and fail to block many sites that should be restricted.
In her remarks, Smith provided some recommendations to the FTC in focusing on possible anticompetitive efforts to restrict e-commerce competition:
"Our libraries already have policies to restrict children's access to books and magazines and to videos.
The notion that one person's freedom must be restricted to protect another's is hardly controversial in itself.
Despite this special need for discipline, when law enforcement agencies have attempted to restrict the off-duty relationships of an officer with a private citizen rather than a co-worker, the courts have supported, in most cases, the officer's claim that the restriction constitutes an unconstitutional intrusion into his or her rights of privacy and freedom of association.(12) However, when the department can demonstrate a significant adverse impact on the department, other than just community or moral disapproval of the officer's relationship, courts have upheld disciplinary action against the officer.(13)
A Small Matter of Equality is the largest research project of its kind to have been carried out into the quality of life of adults affected by conditions that restrict growth.
When we restrict content based on local law, we do so only in the country or region where it is alleged to be illegal.
Delta SkyMiles members may now combine restricted and unrestricted awards, and Coach and First Class awards, on the same itinerary.
The immune systems of monkeys on the restricted diets appeared to have aged significantly slower than those of monkeys eating the typical number of calories, the team reports in an upcoming Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.