restricted
adjective Date: 1585 subject or subjected to restriction: as a. not general ; limited <
the decision had a restricted effect
>
b. available to the use of particular groups or specifically excluding others <
a restricted country club
>
c. not intended for general circulation or release <
a restricted document
>
restrictedly adverb

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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