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comment “Restrict” versus “constrict”
Right. My confusion arises from the fact that narrowing/tightening something (i.e. constricting it) is one way to limit (i.e. restrict) that thing. In other words, constricting something implies the restriction of another thing.
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Personally I prefer the hamster toss game.
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