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serving to restrict

(of tariff) protective of national interests by restricting imports

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BANKS THAT WANT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGIES NO LONGER HAVE TO DEVELOP SOLUTIONS IN-HOUSE, A PROCESS THAT IS BOTH COST-PROHIBITIVE AND RESTRICTIVELY SLOW, BUT CAN USE OTHER COMPANIES' KNOW- HOW TO BENEFIT MORE QUICKLY FROM INNOVATION, WHILE DEEPENING THEIR CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS.
Agreements to permit families crossing over and for cross line of control trade, are in place but restrictively applied and need to be liberalised.
The view of the Islamic State's scholars in the Office of Research and Studies has been that the third nullifier ought to be read restrictively, lest it lead to too expansive an approach to takfir.
The privilege has been regarded as a deep-rooted evil because it has been abused so many times, even if it must be restrictively allowed for legislative activity for the people.
Big Pharma companies will give preference to serialization management partners whose track and trace systems are robust and highly configurable--rather than restrictively remedial.
Before now, the institute had operated restrictively within the narrow purview of deploying its manpower in the conduct of periodic short and refresher courses for federal and state legislators, staff, committee clerks and political aides on legislative practice and procedure, democracy and good governance; and, in the promotion and dissemination among legislative aides in Nigeria of the practice of science-based methodologies of law-making, among others.
The FTWA operator satisfies the properties (P1), (P2), (P3), (P4) if all [w.sub.i] = w, (P5) if and only if [dot encircle] is restrictively distributive over [direct sum], and (P6) if and only if [dot encircle] is restrictively distributive over [direct sum].
More restrictively, he can hunt only on private lands under rules set by the landowners.
"It should go without saying that a state cannot restrict this federally guaranteed right by enacting a statute tracking its language, then defining terms more restrictively than as federally defined."
In other words, pharma companies have a golden opportunity to introduce track and trace systems that are truly remarkable rather than restrictively remedial.
"Right now, FINRA restrictively only allows people with five years of relevant work experience and two years of college attendance to become FINRA arbitrators," Stoltmann said.
Unfortunately, the CRA interprets Section 144 very restrictively. Specifically, the CRAs position is that Section 144 applies only if the goods supplied have been imported into Canada before an agreement to supply the goods has been entered into.
What a dilemma it would have been for our country if suddenly, the already restrictive economic provisions of the Constitution were interpreted more restrictively by the SC.
He was brooding, critical, restrictively conservative when it came to her (there is a scene where he asks Anne not to do a movie because every scene has a nude shot of her's and well, the poor director changes his script to have only the hero strip - a hilarious take that it then becomes) and so damn difficult when it came to other aspects of life and living.
However, those have been restrictively applied to somewhat traditional problems as mentioned above in computer vision.