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Restricted

Placed on a list that dictates that the trader may not maintain positions, solicit business, or provide indications in a stock, but may serve as broker in agency trades after being properly cleared. Traders are so restricted due to investment bank involvement with the company on nonpublic activity (i.e., mergers and acquisitions defense), affiliate ownership, or underwriting activities; signified on the Quotron by a flashing "R." A restricted list and the stocks on it should never be conveyed to anyone outside of the trading areas, much less outside the firm. See: Grey list.

Restricted

1. See: Gray list.

2. See: Restricted account.
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Logomasini counters that "public right to know" might just as aptly be called "terrorists' right to know." She says a more sensible approach would be to restrict information on practical responses to local emergency responders such as fire chiefs, who might then communicate the risks to the community.
In response to the CCRA directive, IMPACS and the CCP published Charities: Enhancing Democracy in Canada which argues that charities should not be restricted in their ability to advocate for policy change; and it recommends a minor change to the Income Tax Act to lift the restrictions.
What's more, "If you restrict the calories of rodents, they'll perform better at learning and memory tasks later in life than rodents eating a normal diet," says Ingram.
Hendren ruled that school board members had improperly restricted access to the books "because of their shared belief that the books promote a particular religion."
Restricts certain types of alternative medicine to practice by veterinarians only.
The lawsuit challenges provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 19 9 8 and the non-negotiable N2H2 license, which restricts buyers from accessing the list of blocked sites.
They then plead their case with the state legislators to restrict such sales in their states through licensing laws or regulations that favor existing bricks-and-mortar businesses at the expense of new Internet competitors.
Librarians have taken steps to restrict the viewing of objectionable materials on our computers, as well as restricting potential criminal activities.
Companies normally restrict the drives that are used in RAID systems to the correct performance level.
Now CMU places the need for "the free exchange of ideas" in the same sentence as the need to promote "the intellectual development of all members of the community." Because the truly unfettered exercise of free speech can create a "hostile environment" that deprives a category of "historically disadvantaged" students (in this case, women) of being able to participate in the life of the university, such speech must be restricted. One student's freedom has to be restricted in order to assure another's.
The Supreme Court has not ruled on the extent to which government employers may regulate the private, consensual sexual behavior of their employees.(4) However, lower courts have provided guidance to law enforcement managers concerning their authority to restrict relations between co-workers.
One restricts on the basis of smoking only and seven NHS trusts are now restricting operations to both smokers and obese patients.