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Synonyms for limitation

Synonyms for limitation

the act of limiting or condition of being limited

the greatest amount or number allowed

Synonyms for limitation

a principle that limits the extent of something

the quality of being limited or restricted

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the greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed

(law) a time period after which suits cannot be brought

an act of limiting or restricting (as by regulation)

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He was learning to calculate his own muscular movements, to know his physical limitations, to measure distances between objects, and between objects and himself.
Hath any commentator well accounted for the limitation which an antient critic hath set to the drama, which he will have contain neither more nor less than five acts?
Using data from women in the National Longitudinal Study of Youth 1979 cohort and their children (n=2,225), autoregressive cross-lagged models demonstrate a reciprocal relationship between child activity limitations and maternal health limitations in direct effects of child activity limitations on maternal health limitations two years later and vice versa-net of a range of health-relevant time-varying and time-invariant covariates.
51) The first American criminal statute of limitations appeared in the Colony of Massachusetts in 1652.
314) It held that accrual did not occur and the statute of limitations start running until each of the elements of the claim for relief existed.
Policy limitations for mental illnesses typically limit benefits to 24 months if the disability is "caused or contributed to" by a "mental illness.
If a taxpayer files an amended return to claim a deduction rather than a credit for foreign taxes paid, and the deduction creates a net operating loss (NOL) for the year, is the taxpayer subject to a three-year or a 10-year limitations period for obtaining a refund of an overpayment that is created by an NOL carryback?
In the wake of the high court decision striking down a state law that retroactively revoked the statute of limitations on certain sex crimes against children, prosecutors, public defenders and private attorneys spent Friday trying to sort through a decade of convictions obtained under a law now declared unconstitutional.
1, 1999, the statute of limitations for issuing assessments was open for all taxpayers when notices of proposed assessment were issued pursuit to the FTB's March 4, 2004 message on interim procedures for implementing the Farmer Bros.
The professed goal of revising the approach of the SRLY rules is to eliminate redundant or superfluous limitations, thereby reducing the complexity of the current rules and simplifying tax compliance and administration.
The regulations provide that to trigger the statute of limitations on a gift, it must be adequately disclosed.
Q: Should we only be coding the limitations in range of motion (ROM) that interfere with ADLs?
Depending on the circumstances of the case, the statute of limitations dates may be governed by one of several legal theories.
It continued that because of administrative difficulties associated with global net ting, such netting should be authorized only if certain limitations were imposed.
With the commission needing more and more total reliance on automatic adjustments, the suggestion that a specific time limitation or "statute of limitations" should cause increasing concern among major utility customers.
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