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The middle classes therefore are approaching extinction: the result of restricting their number is suicide.

Many attempts, more or less successful, were made for the purpose of restricting the undesirable influx.

The Alien InvasionWilliam Henry Wilkins

The rules of baseball are changed frequently and almost every change has been made with a view to restricting the batsman.

Outdoor Sports and GamesClaude H. Miller

Heads of tribes gave orders prohibiting such habits and restricting disagreeable acts and objects to certain portions of the camp.

Civics and HealthWilliam H. Allen

Restricting the number of pupils in the classes as far as practical.

They accordingly made laws limiting and restricting the number of the gladiators to be employed.

He had slaves, and was in the habit of restricting them on the Sabbath.

The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4American Anti-Slavery Society

Appius had complained as though Cicero had impeded this legation by restricting the amount to be allowed for its expenses.

The Life of CiceroAnthony Trollope

After all, there might be grave reasons, of which he was ignorant, for restricting the number.

To Win the Love He SoughtE. Phillips Oppenheim

The restricting amendment was lost, and the bill passed by a vote of 52 yeas to 43 nays.

Albert GallatinJohn Austin Stevens

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