As for the restricted feature, A1-sina and Mchombo (1993: 25) note that, "Intuitively, the restrictedness
of a syntactic function refers to whether it can only be linked to a specific set of thematic roles ([+r]) or whether it can be associated with any thematic role ([-r]).
of bank activities: The original data set is based on a determination of whether banks can engage in insurance underwriting and selling, real estate investments, and can own and control nonfinancial firms.
Today we have access to the earlier version of this novel, published as Stephen Hero, and so we know that this restrictedness
of the world described in Portrait constitutes a kind of conscious artistic asceticism.
has suggested that many young male managers feel caught between two incompatible behavior/value systems: the emotional restrictedness
presumably reinforced at work and the openness expected by family members .
This was my love, which had grown from restrictedness
, which thrust out, which became larger than my huge cold planes, which defeated me once.
Table 8 confirms the restrictedness
of Asian stock markets by comparing the regions' global market weights (IFC global index) with those where foreigners are free to invest (IFC investible index).