- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of restrict.
“We are surprised that the label restricts Vivitrol to patients not actively drinking, since 92% of patients in the Phase II clinical trial were actively drinking at the time of study initiation," she said.”
“While the term ˜a priori™ is sometimes used in this way, the strict use of the term restricts a priori justification to justification derived solely from the use of reason.”
“A big question will be whether the FDA's label restricts Ranexa's use to that small patient population, or leaves doctors open to prescribe it to a broader market.”
“The designation restricts new dock, bridge and culvert construction.”
“This name restricts spontaneity in association and the fluency of your verbal expression.”
“The query intitle: term restricts results to documents containing flu shot intitle: help] will return documents that mention the word "help" in their titles, and mention the words "flu" and "shot" anywhere in the document (title or not).”
“In (_e_) the participial phrase restricts the application of _country_ to one particular country; but in (_f_) the phrase describes without limiting.”
“The FDA may very well opt for a label that restricts Xarelto to a small part of the market.”
“A local attacker could bypass certain syscall restricts via crafted syscalls.”
“The password restricts unauthorized access to the system, network and specific devices secured with a password.”
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