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not limiting the reference of a modified word or phrase

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I do not believe that there is a harness on the market that is nonrestrictive and that also helps the dog not to pull," says Dr.
The outcomes are creative and nonrestrictive and encourage collaboration, critical thinking, and flexible problem-solving.
A distinction between restrictive and nonrestrictive clauses, that is, between "that" and "which," is also important to me.
From a short stay to an extended stay, residents are more relaxed and enjoy a vibrant quality of life in a nonrestrictive environment.
Our study differed from basically all of the other studies in the literature in that we had very broad inclusion criteria and very nonrestrictive exclusion criteria," Dr.
Commas are misused, muddling the difference between restrictive and nonrestrictive modifiers.
This article explores a nonrestrictive version of the dialectical model.
Sexy music with a solid beat and nonrestrictive clothes will also be helpful.
At the time, the APA reviewed the evidence and concluded "the best available studies on psychological responses following legal, nonrestrictive abortion in the United States suggest that severe negative reactions are infrequent.
Some of these concern the absence of a specific relativizer in Old English, or the inadequate application of the Modern English classification into restrictive and nonrestrictive relative clauses to the Old English adjectival constructions.
By admittedly casting out "the ghost of the complexity of society thrown at us by institutional history," the author neglects to consider theorists who have constructively problematized and amended Bakhtin's hypothesis that "the culture of laughter, unlike the elite culture of sobriety and intimidation, is free, open, tolerant, and nonrestrictive .
The journal can be filled out by both parent and child in a nonrestrictive manner.
After a decade-long process devising a way first to initiate the process of transcription in a test tube and then to stall it by withholding one of the building blocks of RNA, they spent the next decade purifying and crystallizing the complex by exploiting a phenomenon called bilateral lipid diffusion, which allowed Kornberg and his team to create a viable, nonrestrictive crystal film to analyze the RNA polymerase at work.
If you started your career in a nonrestrictive, free-minded environment during the '60s or even the '80s and have never left that environment, you may be faced with huge adjustments as you look for employment in a larger, more conservative Company, says Timi Gleason, executive coach and teacher at the Career Coach Institute.