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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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Restrictionist policies have been the trend since the Australian asylum system was challenged by the arrival of Cambodian boat people in the late eighties.
government actively opposing, in the name of world diplomacy and its own imperialist ambitions, restrictionist measures adopted under public pressure by the western state governments.
(21) Here, Motomura mostly tracks convention to sort subfederal laws into "restrictionist" and "integrationist" classifications: the former are characterized by their hostility to undocumented immigrants, whereas the latter create a neutral or welcoming environment for this population.
In the shorthand of conservative immigration restrictionists, Rubio was against "amnesty" before he sponsored a Senate bill providing a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants in the US.
Molina argues that using a "racial scripts approach" is essential to understanding these restrictionist campaigns.
asymmetric use of state power by integrationist and restrictionist
To summarize: A white working- and middle-class GOP would be restrictionist on immigration, militaristic on the border, protectionist on trade, and expansionist on welfare.
Ibraham is no stock character in a restrictionist's nightmare.
John McCain, had helped lead the push for the 2007 bill, but as a candidate embraced the "enforcement- only" strategy favored by his party's restrictionist fringe.
But after 1900, as the restrictionist movement gathered steam with the support of many in the Anglo-American elite, Jews began to reassess their views.