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- v. Present participle of restrict.
- adj. serving to restrict
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. restricting the scope or freedom of action
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I have no doubt that it would become extinct, for all time to come, if we but readopted the policy of the fathers, by restricting it to the limits it has already covered, restricting it from the new Territories.
Unlike some folks around here, I believe it * does* matter who lives next door, and I do believe in restricting immigration so that crazy people cannot disrupt my community.
The more "civilized" a society becomes the more that society succeeds in restricting sexual intercourse to marriage, it said.
· Terror support (Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project, 2010): Whether the government's power to criminalize "material support" of a terrorist organization goes too far in restricting civil liberties.
– Terror support (Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project, 2010): Whether the government's power to criminalize "material support" of a terrorist organization goes too far in restricting civil liberties.
I think that goes way too far in restricting the Liberty of all.
MADDOW: But you do want a federal role in restricting the states 'ability to legalize gay marriage?
Health insurance is a form of economic activity with significant interstate (indeed, global) effects – why would a challenge under Lopez and progeny be taken seriously by a court unless there were a conscious effort to go even further than Lopez [and ignoring Raich] in restricting the interpretation of the commerce clause present since 1937?
If Israel were to do that, what possible objections would those here be able to make who are arguing that “proportionality” has no role to play in restricting the means used to fight justifiable wars?
Blacksmiths really hated the car but what would the 20th century have been like if they would have somehow been successful in restricting the growth of automobile use.
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