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A selectional restriction is a restriction concerning the relation between a predicate (or predicate term) and its argument(s) (argument terms). It concerns inherent properties of the relevant referents.
- The verbal predicate assassinate requires an object that denotes a famous person, i.e. it imposes a selectional restriction to this effect.
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