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Synonyms for limit

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


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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Myth #2 Limits of Liability Identified In The Certificate Will Be Sufficient And Available to Cover Loss.
Limits on Use of Passthrough Losses An S corporation passes through corporate losses to be deducted on the shareholders' personal returns.
The same business owner making $220,000 could contribute only $49,000 to a uni-401(k) plan (annual addition limit of $44,000 plus catch-up of $5,000).
For example, Sweden, Ghana, South Africa, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Japan have limits that are half or less of the Canadian standard for lead; the United States and Sweden have limits that are one-half or less the Canadian limit for copper.
The following is an example of an improper limit and improper rating under a blanket installation floater:
Wanting to sell near the high, you enter the following sell limit order: "Sell 100 shares of XYZ at $45.
Members are becoming less collegial, less efficient, and may even be more influenced by the same special interests that term limits were supposed to neutralize.
Term limit proponents in California offered all the usual reasons in favor of the idea, but its biggest attraction was left unstated: It would be the long-sought silver bullet for Willie Brown.
OSHA can do that if it provides separate scientific studies and economic analyses to justify the limits on each agent, notes Peter T.
Note that the system can exceed the statistical control limits without exceeding the engineering specification limit.
409(o)(1)(C)(ii) dollar limit for determining the maximum account balance in an employee stock ownership plan subject to a five-year distribution period increases from $850,000 to $885,000.
Only "eligible participants" can make these additional contributions, defined as participants who have attained age 50 before the close of the plan year and for whom no other elective deferrals may be made to the plan for the year because of any limit or restriction in section 414(v)(3) (for example, the annual limit on elective deferrals) or any comparable plan limit or restriction.
People who argue for term limits nationally will defend a three-term limit in one state and a two-term limit in another.
The Code includes numerous provisions that limit a taxpayer's ability to use net operating losses (NOLs) (e.