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restriction

n. any limitation on activity, by statute, regulation or contract provision. In multi-unit real estate developments, condominium and cooperative housing projects, managed by homeowners' associations or similar organizations are usually required by state law to impose restrictions on use. Thus, the restrictions are part of the "covenants, conditions and restrictions," intended to enhance the use of common facilities and property, recorded and incorporated into the title of each owner.

restriction

noun  bonds, boundary, bounds, check, circumscription, condition, confinement, constriction, containment, curb, demarcation, finis, impediment, interdiction, limitation, modus, prohibition, qualification, regulation, reservation, restraint
Associated concepts: restriction on alienation
See also: abridgment, arrest, bar, barrier, blockade, bondage, censorship, check, clause, coercion, commitment, compulsion, condition, constraint, custody, damper, decrease, detention, deterrence, deterrent, disadvantage, duress, economy, embargo, enclosure, encumbrance, estoppel, fetter, force, frugality, guideline, hindrance, impediment, imprisonment, incarceration, injunction, limitation, moderation, modification, obstacle, obstruction, prohibition, provision, qualification, quota, reservation, restraint, salvo, veto
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While much of the onus for action against sanctuary cities remains on the Trump administration, which is embattled on multiple fronts, immigration restrictionists expect the executive branch to rise to the occasion.
After the turn of the century, opposition to immigration passed from the level of popular sentiment to an intellectual and professional one during the great Progressive debate on the issue that gave the restrictionist movement the effectiveness it had previously lacked.
The reason for this dichotomy, Motomura explains, is that restrictionist measures are far more likely than their integrationist foils to upset equality principles, either on the face of the laws themselves or in their application.
Chapter 2 explores the series of legal cases initiated by restrictionists in their drive to have Mexican immigrants ruled ineligible for citizenship.
It is important to note that restrictionist efforts to limit
The debate is also organized in terms of restrictionists ("international lawyers who argue that there is a legal right of humanitarian intervention in both UN Charter law and customary international law") versus counter-restrictionists ("international lawyers who argue that humanitarian intervention violates Article 2(4) of the UN Charter and is illegal under both UN Charter law and customary international law").
Behind these restrictionist measures is a philosophy of "attrition through enforcement.
immigration system is "broken," lawmakers promoting a restrictionist agenda have aggressively sought to enact a range of punitive policies aimed at disrupting everyday life for unauthorized immigrants.
Specifically, I engage in interview research with immigration activists and advocates and examine their feelings, thoughts, and responses to proposed restrictionist 2006 legislation that aimed to redefine immigration policy in the United States.
2) The present crisis has already unleashed some restrictionist trends in both rich and poor destination countries.
From there, the grouping of the essays largely falls in line with the most familiar responses to the paradox: intuitionist responses, paraconsistent responses, alternative logical responses, and restrictionist responses.