- restricted class,
- restricted code,
- restricted stock,
- restricted users group,
- restriction enzyme,
- restriction enzymes,
- restriction fragment,
- restriction fragment length polymorphism,
- restriction play
Origin of restriction
Examples from the Web for restriction
The restriction came as a shock to Jarrar, who frequently travels to his many international exhibitions.
The restriction on the use of hands (decried by some soccer-objectors, including myself until we beat Ghana) is sensible.
The hardest condition to live with for Bartiromo was the Internet restriction.
Indeed, it highlights that such a restriction should not exist at all.
One would think it would take added effort, not less, to make the avatars “see” sex as restriction, instead of identity.The Video Game Industry Is Too White, Straight, and Male for Its Own Good|Tauriq Moosa|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their present restriction and partial extermination have been due to the incursions of the warlike Malays.Man And His Ancestor|Charles Morris
It was then used to denote the whole of Syria, so that its restriction to Mount Hermon alone must have been of later date.Patriarchal Palestine|Archibald Henry Sayce
During the first seven years of their lives their love was open and frank, showing no restriction of the regard they felt.
I had wished to do so, but was requested by my editor to put some restriction upon myself in this respect.The Betrayal of John Fordham|B.L. (Benjamin Leopold) Farjeon
What difference, then, can we possibly discover to exist between the Bordalese petitioners and the Corypheus of restriction?Sophisms of the Protectionists|Frederic Bastiat
early 15c., "that which restricts," from Middle French restriction (14c.) and directly from Late Latin restrictionem (nominative restrictio) "limitation," noun of action from past participle stem of Latin restringere "restrict, bind fast, restrain," from re- "back" (see re-) + stringere "draw tight" (see strain (v.)). Meaning "act of restricting" is from 1620s.