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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.

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Other Schurco components, in combination with the tight-tolerance lantern restrictor, could reduce water usage.
Our restrictor line, with a length of 10.5 m, was nearly 2 m longer than the 8.6-m distance between the trawl blocks to facilitate deployment over the stern with the trawl doors in the water and beginning to spread.
Because medicines are meant to be accessible, flow restrictors aren't sufficient to prevent accidental, unsupervised medicine ingestions, but safe and appropriate storage is."
The issue came to light last week when US sports car maker, Hennessey, questioned the Veyron's claim, pointing to the restrictor and claiming its own Venom GT was actually the fastest after it posted 427 km/h at a US Naval air base in California recently.
The restrictor height was varied in 1-mm interval to obtain sets of objective function values.
Then cut the water line to length and add a restrictor valve.
Menasheh had a best lap of one minute 05.859 seconds for the day while running without the BARC restrictor plate around the 3.123-kilometre racetrack.
In addition, the integrally moulded flow restrictor ensures smoother pouring of the liquid.
Of the other teams, Kurt Busch has seen younger brother Kyle hogging the headlines, but his Dodge team can often come to the fore at tracks where restrictor plates are fitted to the engines to limit horsepower and his practice times showed promise.
A worm restrictor is placed on the frame (2) and it is actioned by a triphase asynchronous engine (4).
(12) Restrictors here include both the head (first restrictor) and modifiers (non-primary restrictors).
The gauge is liquid filled as is standard for increased vibration resistance and has a socket restrictor for pulsation control.