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Synonyms for restriction

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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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.
Finally, because of the uncertainty surrounding such restrictions under the common law and the Rev Proc, a legal opinion should be required from borrower's counsel concerning its enforceability.
Wilbur Ross, CEO of International Steel Group (ISG), a large integrated steel mill headquartered in Richfield, Ohio, in his testimony expressed concern that imposing ally type of restriction on scrap metal would result in retaliatory strikes by other countries, notably China.
Notwithstanding that my firm advice to my clients has been that there is no legal basis for any restriction they, nonetheless, have instructed me to agree that no function of any mobile telephone should be accessed or used outside of a phone zone monitored by a WRSO, and that you may reasonably make spot-checks on the mobile telephone records of jockeys for that period of the day in which the restriction is in place.
He serves on the board of directors of the Calorie Restriction Society (www.
before 37 weeks' gestation), intrauterine growth restriction (indicated by an infant's birth weight in the 10th percentile or less) and perinatal death (fetal death after 20 weeks' gestation or death of a newborn before hospital discharge).
Competition is crucial to economic prosperity, and immigration restriction is an attempt by American workers to eliminate their competitors.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued temporary flight restrictions over New York City and Pasadena, Calif.
The Temporary Reallocation of Quota (TRQ) scheme is to provide some help to farmers who exceed their quota because they are forced to retain animals on their farms due to an animal disease herd movement restriction.
OUTCOMES MEASURED The primary outcome was the difference between the completion rates of FOBT in the dietary restriction arm and the no dietary restriction arm.
Molecular biologists delight in determining the structure of restriction enzymes because they tend to have unique characteristics.
To be an MSD incident, the disorder must result in a restriction in what the employee can do at work, or require medical treatment beyond first aid.
Caloric restriction has been shown to alter a broad range of immunological end points in both experimental animals and humans.
The percentage of weight loss coming from muscle mass was 10 percent in participants who combined calorie restriction with weight training, compared with 16 percent in those who lost weight through calorie-restriction alone, and 20 percent in participants who combined calorie restriction with walking.