Constructions signifying "restriction" and constructions signifying "exceptional conjoining" are constructions with two related meanings:
a construction signifying restriction expresses an exception to which the event (or state) expressed by the governing verb does not apply.
a construction signifying exceptional conjoining expresses an event, state or entity to which the event (or state) expressed by the governing verb also, exceptionally, applies.
Both meanings are represented by the functor
RESTR (see Section 6.10, "RESTR"); in the resultant annotation the constructions are differentiated, however. The representation of the two types of construction are therefore described separately in the following sections.