The non-restrictive clause is shown in , the restrictive clause in .
A restrictive clause is one, therefore, that is needed to make the meaning of the sentence clear.
But the restrictive clause in the territorial bills satisfied the radical Southerners as little as it pleased Douglas.
To distinguish an appositive clause from a restrictive clause, the former is called a non-restrictive clause.
Here he read the restrictive clause in the constitution; and then observed, that he saw no pass over this limit.
A restrictive clause, because it restricts the meaning of the word it modifies, may not be omitted.
A clause introduced by that is usually a restrictive clause.
A restrictive clause is not separated by a comma from the noun.