How To Use Restrictively In A Sentence

  • Against the explicitly but restrictively political mandates of critical and monumental histories, antiquarian history holds out the ideal of disinterest, even as disinterest is deemed no longer possible. Is Literary History the History of Everything? The Case for 'Antiquarian' History
  • Changes in thermal demand in restrictively fed, unadapted, young calves were studied during the first days after transportation.
  • this relative clause is used restrictively
  • In order to improve the solubility of isolated and concentrated soybean protein, the hydrolysis of those proteins was controled restrictively using basic protease and neutral protease.
  • You'll also learn how to deploy your Web service restrictively, limiting the methods and parameters available for other users to work with.

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