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Synonyms for limit

a demarcation point or boundary beyond which something does not extend or occur

either of the two points at the ends of a spectrum or range

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the boundary surrounding a certain area

the greatest amount or number allowed

the ultimate point to which an action, thought, discussion, or policy is carried

to place a limit on

Synonyms for limit

final or latest limiting point

as far as something can go

the mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity

the greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed

decide upon or fix definitely

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This total dust data just is not going to give us the answer of how to set an occupational exposure limit, what a safe level will be," he says.
In addition, the AFS Silica Alliance and the Silica Coalition (made up of trade associations and companies in the metal casting, construction, maritime and mining industries) are developing data to support their belief that the current exposure limit prevents silicosis and that the cost to comply with a new standard could destroy the industry.
is, however, would still be less than the Environment Agency's annual exposure limit.
Given the lack of scientific explanation justifying the new exposure limits, the many contradictions between the rule and the realities faced in the construction industry, and the fact that agency officials made significant errors in the basic data the rule is based on, we are urging the administration to withdraw this proposed rule.
Dubai: The new regulations on exposure limits set by the Central Bank of UAE are expected to boost the issuance of debt instruments such as bonds and sukuk.
Urinary concentrations of Cr, Cu, As(tot) and As(tox) adjusted for urinary creatinine as well as the sum of these metals were the primary outcome variables analysed both as continuous variables and as dichotomous variables with cut-offs [greater than or equal to] the detection limits for the metals and [greater than or equal to] environmental exposure limits for the metals.
In a study that outlined the framework for supporting global initiatives on RF exposure and setting the limits for such exposure, the council assessed the current situation and existing exposure limits in other global markets and guidelines by the WHO on what constitutes safe exposure.
Lead is one of the most effective materials for shielding radiation and Tokyo Electric uses the dosimeters to decide how long staff at the Fukushima plant can work without exceeding the government-set exposure limit of 100 millisieverts a year.
The current permissible exposure limit is the lowest for any common metal, but it is widely acknowledged to be too high.
KARACHI, May 13, 2011 (Frontier Star): State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has decided to increase maximum cap on aggregate Foreign Exchange Exposure Limit (FEEL) of Authorised Dealers (ADs) by Rs 500 million to Rs 2,500 million with effect from 16th May.
Addition of an informative appendix showing an example of the calculation of the acute toxicity exposure limit and refrigerant concentration limit for a refrigerant blend
The exposure limit has been set at BDT 100 million ($1.
The authors conclude that benzene appeared to increase the frequencies of aneuploid sperm for chromosomes associated with chromosomal abnormality syndromes, even in men whose air benzene exposure was at concentrations at or below the permissible exposure limit.
The South African occupational exposure limit for Mn is 5mg/[m.
Besides those listed in the title, the properties include the bioconcentration factor of organic compounds, the threshold limit value and permissible exposure limit of organic and inorganic compounds, and others.