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serving to restrict

(of tariff) protective of national interests by restricting imports

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The Council also prolonged the derogation to the restrictive measures to allow the export of biathlon equipment to Belarus, which remain subject to prior authorisation by national competent authorities on a case by case basis.
Their restrictive custody (order) is lifted to give them a chance to go back to Region 8 to get their papers they need for their counter-affidavits,' Chief Supt.
The governor said, 'His claim that the rules are overly restrictive is incorrect.
Evidence-based practices (EBPs) were studied and utilized by VADOC to implement a sequence of programs whereby offenders "step down" to lesser controls, increased privileges and, eventually, out of restrictive housing to lower security levels.
Employers should carefully consider the appropriateness of restrictive covenants when drafting employment contracts.
I have written about restrictive covenants (or post-termination restrictions as they are also known) in this column before.
This special issue of Education and Treatment of Children explores the use of positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) as a means of prevention for high-risk youth being served in non-traditional, more restrictive educational settings including alternative education (AE), residential, and juvenile justice (JJ) settings.
The Minister of Finance, in exercising the powers granted to him by sections 4 and 5 of the Enforcement of Restrictive Measures on Transactions in case of Emergency Law of 2013, following a recommendation from the Governor of the Central Bank, issued tonight a Decree on foreign credit institutions.
RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS In the last six years over 600 pubs have been sold with restrictive covenants imposed preventing any future owner re-opening the pub.
HOMEOWNERS should be aware that if they are intending to carry out external alterations to their property, such as extensions and conservatories, consent may be needed under the terms of the title to their property due to restrictive covenants imposed upon the land.
The use of restrictive measures to curb the spread of influenza during a pandemic raises difficult questions about how to achieve public health goals in today's democratic societies.
Mixed lesion of Restrictive Cardiomyopathy and Constrictive Pericarditis is a rarely reported clinical entity which poses a diagnostic and therapeutic enigma to physicians.
These restrictive measures are aimed at combating terrorism and follow the foiled plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the US.
Throughout the world, advocates for gun control argue that civilians who want to own a gun should be subject to restrictive licensing.
Restrictive covenants and trade secrets in employment law; an international survey; v.