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Definition of Nonrestricted
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Literary usage of Nonrestricted
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1. Stress, Gender, and Alcohol-Seeking Behavior edited by Walter A. Hunt, Sam Zakhari (1996)
"Samson, HH; Tolliver, GA; and Schwarz- Stevens, K. Ethanol self-administration in a nonrestricted access situation: Effect of ethanol initiation. ..."
2. Geriatrics ; a treatise on senile conditions, diseases of advanced life, and by Malford Wilcox Thewlis (1919)
"A nephritic diet caused the sugar to return* On a nonrestricted diet she improved ... He had no other symptoms of diabetes and on a nonrestricted diet the ..."
3. Japan, Disincorporated: The Economic Liberalization Process by Leon Hollerman (1988)
"2967 In "nonrestricted" industries, foreigners were permitted to hold a maximum of 20 percent of the outstanding shares of any individual company. ..."
4. The ABCs of Safe & Healthy Child Care: A Handbook for Child Care Providers by Cynthia M. Hale, Jacqueline A. Polder (2000)
"Use only lawn chemicals that the Environmental Protection Agency lists as "nonrestricted use." • Use only arts and crafts materials that are nontoxic. ..."
5. Access EPA: Records Management Programs (1994)
"The program also provides public access to Removal Administrative Records and other nonrestricted documents. Description of Finding Aids: Superfund removal ..."
6. Egypt's Food Subsidy and Rationing System: A Description by Harold Alderman, Joachim Von Braun, Sakr Ahmed Sakr (1982)
"Similarly, other nonrestricted goods will be substituted according to the cross-price effects of basic consumer preferences.19 One further channel for ..."