# Limit

## Meanings and phrases

n.

- the greatest possible degree of something; bound; boundary
- final or latest limiting point; terminus ad quem; terminal point
- as far as something can go
- the boundary of a specific area; demarcation; demarcation line
- the mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity; limit point; point of accumulation
- the greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed; limitation

v.

- place limits on (extent or access); restrict; restrain; trammel; bound; confine; throttle
- restrict or confine,; circumscribe; confine
- decide upon or fix definitely; specify; set; determine; define; fix

n.

- regulation establishing the maximum age for doing something or holding some position

- Therefore, the age limit of 40 was abandoned.
- The age limit was expanded to 18-28 to include more men.
- Each show has a recommended age limit for those attending.

n.

- the limits of the area occupied by a city or town; city limits

- The university occupies 205 acres at the eastern city limit of Greenville.
- Outside the city limit the original canal continues on to Schloss Schleißheim.
- K-191 heads east to its end at US-281 north of the north city limit of Lebanon.

n.

- the maximum borrowing power of a governmental entity; debt ceiling

n.

- the mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity; limit; point of accumulation

n.

- the smallest possible quantity; minimum
- the limit on the lower (or southernmost) side of something

- This suggests that there must be a lower limit for the mass of black holes.
- A lower limit on the length of the route, at 500 feet, was also established.
- These are the most energetic photons, having no defined lower limit to their wavelength.

n.

- regulation establishing the top speed permitted on a given road

- The speed limit on these roads in Switzerland is .
- The speed limit for trains through the tunnel is .
- The A167(M) is subject to a speed limit throughout.

n.

- the limit of a nation's territorial waters

n.

- a time period within which something must be done or completed

- In 2007, this time limit was lowered to one month.
- There was no time limit to complete all the stages.
- If the time limit reaches zero, Kirby loses a life.

adv.

- in full; to the hilt

n.

- the largest possible quantity; maximum
- the limit on the upper (or northernmost) side of something

- In these cases, there is no upper limit of experience.
- Researchers recommend a lower and an upper limit to GAI.
- Although nest size varies, the upper limit is around 500 cells.

E.g.

- It has no limit on the drilled solids concentration.
- These rankings do not apply to no limit play.
- There is no limit on the number of redoubles.

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- The parties eventually compromised on a 40-tonne weight limit.
- It has a weight limit of .
- He was 118 pounds over the weight limit, and ten years over the age limit.

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- Paul, however, does not limit his ministry to Jews.
- This does not limit leverage.
- It does not limit swinging range, and might not be suitable in some circumstances.

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- For special education costs, 129 districts received approval to exceed the tax limit.

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- We should not try to limit the number of children."
- The goal is to limit the number of consultations for the same illness.
- Statutory regulation is not desired, as doing so will likely limit the number willing trustees.

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- Its northern limit is the Philippines.
- This junction, also including NY 52, is the city's northern limit.
- Florida manatees inhabit the most northern limit of sirenian habitats.

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- Know your limits and know the legal limit.
- A blood test showed five times the legal limit of alcohol.
- His blood alcohol level was at least twice the legal limit of 0.08.

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- 1935–1939: Goole to some French Ports with southern limit at Bordeaux.
- The islands used to be a low sandy peninsula forming the southern limit of the bay.
- The southern limit of the phenomenon runs through Uppland, Västmanland, and Värmland.

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- The maximum speed limit is 30 miles per hour.
- Its maximum speed limit is 90 km/h (55 mph).
- The maximum speed limit on all county highways in Douglas County is .

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- He continued to win re-election until reaching his legal term limit in 2013.
- In late 2007, Poizner led the effort to defeat Proposition 93, a term limit removal initiative.
- In 2010, Compaoré was once again re-elected, and the term limit requirement was held to not apply to him.

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- following in September 2008 (with a few edits to limit the amount of U.S. advertising).
- when the issue was actually whether to limit the amount of salt only in pre-processed food.
- Thus, low numbers of aquatic plants can limit the amount of dissolved oxygen that enters the water.

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- Federal Route 421 was built under the JKR R5 road standard, allowing a maximum speed limit of up to 90 km/h.
- At most sections, the Federal Route 170 was built under the JKR R5 road standard, allowing maximum speed limit of up to
- At most section, the Federal Route 345 was built under the JKR R5 road standard, allowing maximum speed limit of up to 90 km/h.

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- On June 29 at Fyter Fest, Cody wrestled Darby Allin to a time limit draw.
- In case of a time limit draw, the wrestler who debuted at a later date would be awarded one point.
- In what was billed as an "exhibition match", Sawa wrestled Takeshima to a ten-minute time limit draw.

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- On June 29 at Fyter Fest, Cody wrestled Darby Allin to a time limit draw.
- In case of a time limit draw, the wrestler who debuted at a later date would be awarded one point.
- In what was billed as an "exhibition match", Sawa wrestled Takeshima to a ten-minute time limit draw.

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- Such a truncated distribution has all moments (and the central limit theorem applies for i.i.d.
- One reason why Gaussian measures are so ubiquitous in probability theory is the central limit theorem.
- This example serves to show that the hypothesis of finite variance in the central limit theorem cannot be dropped.

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- There is no regulated permissible exposure limit set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
- The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has designated a recommended exposure limit of 0.5 ppm over 15 minutes.
- The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has set a recommended exposure limit (REL) of constant 500 ng/m.

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- Such a truncated distribution has all moments (and the central limit theorem applies for i.i.d.
- One reason why Gaussian measures are so ubiquitous in probability theory is the central limit theorem.
- This example serves to show that the hypothesis of finite variance in the central limit theorem cannot be dropped.

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- The income limit is $35,000 for homeowners.

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- However, mixed-use towers with public space were exempt from the height limit.
- Its height proved controversial and motivated the city to adopt a height limit soon after its construction.
- Students will want to make a building close to the height limit because the higher floors are worth more points.

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- In order to limit the influence of speculators, buyers were restricted to a maximum of two properties each.
- The monks use a special, extremely dense sand in order to limit interference by things like wind or sneezes.
- The testing procedure is adaptive in order to limit the test time and to prevent giving children items that are far beneath or above their level.

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- Such a truncated distribution has all moments (and the central limit theorem applies for i.i.d.
- One reason why Gaussian measures are so ubiquitous in probability theory is the central limit theorem.
- This example serves to show that the hypothesis of finite variance in the central limit theorem cannot be dropped.

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- The first mention of Palalda is from the year 814, as being the western limit of the territory of Céret.
- To the west, the Andes end at the Pacific Ocean, although the Peru-Chile trench can be considered their ultimate western limit.
- Piranhas Piranhas is a historic municipality near the western limit of the State of Alagoas, in the Northeast Region of Brazil.