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Synonyms for restriction

the act of limiting or condition of being limited

Synonyms for restriction

a principle that limits the extent of something

an act of limiting or restricting (as by regulation)

the act of keeping something within specified bounds (by force if necessary)

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Medicare Advantage Plans Average More Drugs & Fewer Drug Restrictions Than Medicare Part D Drug Plans
In issuing the city's permit for its water system, the state this year required Gardner to impose water restrictions that will be in effect until Sept.
SMITHDOWN ROAD Walsh Civils, on behalf of Scottish Power, will be installing a new 33KV electricity cable from Yanwath Street to Garmoyle Road under lane restrictions until mid-November.
However, even if this is not the case ask yourself whether the restrictions are drafted too widely to protect the previous employer's legitimate business interests If the restrictions are likely to be enforceable, consider how they may affect the candidate's ability to fulfil the role *Recruiting companies should manage the risk that they may be joined into any action taken by the previous employer for inducing a breach of contract and keeping the lines of communication with the candidate open *If there is a restriction preventing an exiting employee from dealing with customers/suppliers, consider whether that customer/supplier can apply commercial leverage by contacting the previous employer direct to ask that the employee be released from the restriction.
A senior traffic police officer said the restriction would lead to slow movement of vehicles on most of the stretches.
The court noted that a valid restriction would have prohibited solicitation only of those customers with which the former employees had contact during their employment.
Second, as to the valuation of the shares, the transfer restrictions im-posed on E's sales of the shares were "lapse restrictions.
Accounting for the vast majority of restriction enzymes used in labs, Type II enzymes cut the DNA at specific positions with precision and repeatability.
The estate argued that, due to the restrictions on assignment of the lottery winnings, the "restricted beneficial interest" exception applied.
The restriction applies for one year after leaving the employment of the agency or Reserve Bank.
While some sides wrangle about the repercussions of an export restriction for scrap metal, other companies look at the indirect impact that passing some type of restriction would have on the business.
No European countries (including Ireland) have that restriction, other than a partial restriction in France and Germany.
He serves on the board of directors of the Calorie Restriction Society (www.
1) Physical abuse was found to be associated with an increased risk of hemorrhage in the second or third trimester, intrauterine growth restriction and perinatal death (odds ratios, 3.
The writer ignores the devastating economic consequences of immigration restriction.