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kept within certain limits

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not total, unlimited, or wholehearted

excluding or unavailable to certain minorities

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of or being information available only to authorized persons

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subject to restriction or subjected to restriction

restricted in meaning

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the lowest level of official classification for documents

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Also, these restricted shares vest for three years after the time of granting, meaning that this grant of shares vests in 2021.
Restricted access occurred mainly on private land, according to 73 percent of those who participated in the poll, while 22 percent reported restricted access on public land.
option=com_content&view=article&id=591:a-complete-listing-of-unrestricted-free-agents&catid=34:nfl-news&Itemid=53) to see the complete list of players who will be restricted free agents instead of unrestricted
Nonprofits affected by this change must restate their financial statements by reclassifying certain amounts previously reported as unrestricted to temporarily restricted net assets to the extent they have not already been appropriated for expenditure.
Being small means those with restricted height are forever stretching and over-reaching for things and for children simple things like getting up the stairs are a major problem.
83-1(a)(1)), despite the fact that in many cases restricted stock has equal voting and dividend rights to that of unrestricted stock.
Some 75% of individuals born with restricted growth have two parents of average height.
0 million value--first, because restricted stock is less risky and second, because investing in a mix of equity vehicles increases the chances the award will perform well under different financial circumstances.
That attitude dominating an IHE's approach to restricted gifts would serve it well, although few have the luxury of Princeton's resources.
In general, the amount of the restricted assets must be included in the participants' gross income on the earlier of (1) the date that a plan first provides that assets are restricted to providing benefits because of a change in the employer's financial condition, or (2) the date that the assets are so restricted, whether or not such assets are available to satisfy claims of general creditors.
In tax parlance, property is restricted if it is "subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture.
In response to the CCRA directive, IMPACS and the CCP published Charities: Enhancing Democracy in Canada which argues that charities should not be restricted in their ability to advocate for policy change; and it recommends a minor change to the Income Tax Act to lift the restrictions.
One possible explanation: Calorie restricted animals have lower body temperatures than non-CR animals.
Microsoft's recent decision to replace options with restricted stock overturns a host of market myths and paves the way for new thinking about incentives.