• There are strict limits on the expenditures.
  • 出費には厳しい制限がある
  • 66-242) from the government of Madagascar in 1966, the park's status as a strict nature reserve was reaffirmed, and its boundaries were marked by 89 points.
  • Wikipedia: Marojejy National Park
  • A multi-gene analysis of European isolates showed that P. involutus sensu lato (in the loose sense) could be separated into four distinct, genetically isolated lineages corresponding to P. obscurosporus, P. involutus sensu stricto (in the strict sense), P. validus, and a fourth species that has not yet been identified.
  • Wikipedia: Paxillus involutus
  • An ivory workshop was operated under strict official supervision, and the domestication of elephants has been suggested.
  • Wikipedia: Lothal
  • Applewhite began to emphasize a strict hierarchy, teaching that his students needed his guidance, as he needed the guidance of the Next Level.
  • Wikipedia: Marshall Applewhite
  • As Weksler's 2006 analysis included only O. couesi and the marsh rice rat among species of Oryzomys in the strict sense, he could not test those groups.
  • Wikipedia: Oryzomys
  • At the same time, in their dealings with the United States and Britain, the Soviets insisted on strict adherence to the Cairo Declaration, re-affirmed at the Yalta Conference, that the Allies would not accept separate or conditional peace with Japan.
  • Wikipedia: Surrender of Japan
  • By the end of the 17th century many of the strict regulations regarding trade in Norwich were lifted or relaxed, and Norwich became a fashionable shopping town.
  • Wikipedia: Norwich Market
  • Century Media imposed a strict deadline on the release date of the album; it was to be ready before the 2006 Ozzfest.
  • Wikipedia: Strapping Young Lad
  • Christologically Maximus insisted on a strict dyophysitism, which can be seen as a corollary of the emphasis on theosis.
  • Wikipedia: Maximus the Confessor
  • Despite strict BBC crediting guidelines in place by the time the most recent episodes screened, the programme was able to enjoy unedited closing credits and the full version of the theme song.
  • Wikipedia: Only Fools and Horses
  • Federal Service is not necessarily military, although it is suggested that hardship and strict discipline are pervasive.
  • Wikipedia: Starship Troopers
  • From September 1947, an increasingly strict regime was imposed on the eastern Soviet zone boundary.
  • Wikipedia: Inner German border
  • Furthermore, although Orm's poetry is, perhaps, subliterary, the homilies were meant for easy recitation or chanting, not for aesthetic appreciation; everything from the overly strict meter to the orthography might function only to aid oratory (Bennett and Smithers 1982, pp. 174–75).
  • Wikipedia: Ormulum
  • He allowed the Jews to engage in trade and commerce but included strict rules on their association with Christians.
  • Wikipedia: Martin Bucer
  • His parents were very strict about school attendance and homework, and Jesse Brown walked to school every day.
  • Wikipedia: Jesse L. Brown
  • However, very few natives actually reached the summit, because of the strict kapu placed on it.
  • Wikipedia: Mauna Kea
  • In 1912, strict rules regarding amateurism were in effect for athletes participating in the Olympics.
  • Wikipedia: Jim Thorpe
  • In addition to the monks, Netley was home to 29 servants and officials of the abbey, plus two Franciscan friars of the strict Observant part of that order who had been put into the abbot's custody by the king, presumably for opposing his religious policies.
  • Wikipedia: Netley Abbey
  • In modern Turkey non-Muslim tourists are allowed to enter any mosque, but there are some strict rules.
  • Wikipedia: Mosque
  • In this conception of mind no strict distinction is made between the conscious faculty and the actual sense perception of various phenomena.
  • Wikipedia: Philosophy of mind
  • James was at first strict in enforcing conformity, inducing a sense of persecution amongst many Puritans; but ejections and suspensions from livings became fewer as the reign continued.
  • Wikipedia: James VI and I