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1. See: Credit control.

2. See: Exchange control.

3. See: Import control.


A limitation on the use of property, usually contained in the deed, in restrictive covenants appearing in the real estate records,or by virtue of local ordinances.

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For years, tort restrictionists have propagated myths about the civil justice system that were intended to advance their political agenda.
57) The real motivations of immigrant restrictionists may be to influence domestic wage rates in their favor,(58) or these restrictionists may simply be engaging in nativist prejudice.
Because all appropriations bills must originate in the House, restrictionists plan to put financial pressure on the mayors of "sanctuary cities" that refuse to comply with federal immigration laws.
Dobbs has ridden his restrictionist impulses to his highest ratings in years; lately, he's taken to condemning that most homegrown of unofficial holidays, St.
What tort restrictionists want is nothing less than the elevation of the designs of today's transient legislature over the words and intent of those who framed each state's organic law.
And on the restrictionist side, the extremists come in the guise of nativists and racists.
Even Borjas, the favorite economist of immigration restrictionists, admits the net gain to the U.
Swartz, whose red face and bushy eyebrows lend him a subtly villainous look, is probably the figure most disliked by Washington restrictionists.
Added Angela Kelley, deputy director of the National Immigration Forum, ``the restrictionists are seeing in it what they want to see.
He stated that a nation's right to control its borders is superceded by the right of the poor and the starving to immigrate and went so far as to imply that immigration restrictionists would not enter heaven: "Anything that tears down one group of people or one person, anything that is a negative in our community, disqualifies us from being part of the eternal city.
And as immigration restrictionists bristle at some of the more extreme elements of the protest movement, their own extremists' latent racism and xenophobia becomes ever more naked.
On immigration, he had been known to chastise restrictionists for their uncharitable attitudes toward illegal aliens, but when pressed to provide a plan for reform, he seems to have copied and pasted the text of a proposal by Mark Krikorian--one of TAC's favorite immigration-policy thinkers.