- n. Plural form of constraint.
“But it was in 2005, he said, that he began to feel what he described as the constraints of the Republican Party.”
“If one has time constraints, is one better than the other to maintain?”
“And in many cases, dealing with the constraints is very expensive, so it is not done.”
“Call me paranoid, but our government and its ability to control our lives without constraints is growing.”
“I doubt many people will find the built-in constraints to be worse than a new system whose choices are unknown and difficult to parse.”
“The lack of mortgage availability is one of the leading short-term constraints on house building, which has seen output fall to the lowest levels since the early 1920s.”
“Whether that's due to bad essay or time constraints is unclear.”
“I would hardly consider RD "Boeing" given that even when owned by Boeing, RD was a 3rd party merchant supplier which was one of the main constraints put in place when Boeing purchased RD.”
“Would it be ironic though to point out that writing within stringent constraints is a hallmark of “experimental” fiction?”
“I'm very well aware of the working within constraints aspect that is taught in structure to someone in computers having learnt that for a while at uni before I switched over to films (because of what I felt was restrictive career choices [despite what people said was the wide variety of choice]).”
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