restrictiveness


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a grammatical qualification that makes the meaning more specific ('red hat' has a more specific meaning than 'hat')

a lack of permissiveness or indulgence and a tendency to confine behavior within certain specified limits

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Though the tariff situation is increasing uncertainty, it's occurring at a time when the "economy is doing very strongly and the labor market continues to improve." The unemployment rate could fall to 3.5% by the end of 2020, and if inflation holds around 2.2%, that "suggests only a modest amount of restrictiveness above our neutral rate might be called for in 2020." His forecast for the neutral rate is 2.75%, and said he could see the FOMC pushing rates to 3.25%.
As is explained in Section 7 we have inbuilt institutional structures and fiscal incentives to enable and motivate restrictiveness. A proposal may conform to the local plan--if there is one--but if it is in the ward of the committee chair it may still be refused.
The Dukan diet got the thumbs down due to its extreme restrictiveness and lack of evidence supporting its safety or effectiveness.
The region scores poorly on labour market regulations, a measure of the degree of restrictiveness on hiring and firing; Iraq, Libya, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and Tunisia all receive the lowest score on this indicator.
Naimi, M.D., M.P.H., from Boston University, and colleagues examined the association between the restrictiveness of state alcohol policy (1999 to 2014) environments and the likelihood of alcohol involvement among those dying in motor vehicle crashes (2000 to 2015) in the United States.
The data indicate that aside from demand effects, statewide regulations and growth management are associated with increases in housing prices." And "The restrictiveness and the effects of land use regulations vary substantially across five cities in Washington State, ranging from an estimated increase of $203,000 in Seattle to $73,000 in Vancouver, WA.
This isn't an isolated instance--the combination of opacity and restrictiveness in data management policies is widespread.
According to the World Bank, the highest overall index of trade restrictiveness is observed in the case of India and Bangladesh.
India's score in trade restrictiveness index developed by the World Bank is higher than Pakistan's.
They show how these countries compare with OECD and other emerging economies in terms of restrictiveness to trade in services.
The ejector motive nozzle throat diameter (restrictiveness) is one of the key factors that affect ejector cycle COP.