Russia also restricted what is left of the independent press.
The coming transformation of the planet will make life dull, hard, ugly, and restricted.
Void where prohibited or where restricted by law in a manner inconsistent with these Official Rules.
But any Israeli attack would likely be restricted to nuclear installations and military targets.
New Mexico threw the penalty out, and Maryland restricted its application.
I shall not allow my liberty to be taken away, or restricted, by you.
Charitable institutions were restricted, and benefited only a few.
For a long time the diet should be restricted to easily-digested food.
But I could not; alas, again I was restricted to my own room, lest I should be seen by her.
In like manner the two words for hard, as above, are restricted to solid substances.
"limited," 1830, past participle adjective from restrict; of documents, etc., "secret, not for public release" it is recorded from 1944. In U.S., restricted was a euphemism for "off-limits to Jews" (1947).
Manager: "I'm sorry, Mr. Marx, but we can't let you use the pool; this country club is restricted."
Groucho: "Well, my daughter's only half-Jewish; could she go in up to her knees?" [there are many versions and variations of this story, dating back to 1970s]