Re: [web-annotation] is, has and alike are implied

And I'm giving the reason why it is necessary... That the specific 
resource is more specific than (or constrains, or whatever) the full 
resource is critical information.

I would be happy with `constrains`, personally. The previous 
discussion was that it was confusing with constraint based 
programming... which (to me) is not something to worry about. @tcole3 
may recall more?

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