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The reviews in themselves constitute a demonstration of why the regime restricts the Internet.

The tight fit also restricts your abdomen, reducing your food intake during the day.

But it is Israel that restricts Gazans from fishing more than a few miles off the coast.

The U.S., meanwhile, restricts many forms of travel to Cuba.

Marriage is one of those institutions — along with religion and military service — that restricts freedom.

Free from connection with specific ideas, it in no wise restricts the experiences which the hearer may enjoy.

Poppa restricts himself to exteriors wherever he can—says he doesn't seem to mix up his impressions so much that way.

One of the great benefits of civilization is, that it restricts its subjects to doing what they can do best.

It's only a temporary drawback, Weener, which restricts the Metamorphizer's efficacy to grasses.

The migratory life presents only limited accumulation of capital, and restricts narrowly its forms.

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On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to restricts, such as: inhibit, narrow, decrease, shorten, reduce, and restrain.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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