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  • The latter broke all previous limitations on how tall man-made objects could be.
  • In operation, she revealed a number of limitations in her design and construction.
  • His main limitation in the full-back role was his poor crossing ability.
  • Members of the team are each given a point value based on their activity limitation.
  • Currently, the game can be played for free with a limitation on character level.
  • His voice was not used in the home version of the game, due to memory limitations.
  • There were in fact some limitations on who could hold office.
  • So that turned out to be an idea for working around the limitations of the game software.
  • The power of the prime minister is subject to a number of limitations.
  • The existence of the other is the necessary condition of freedom, rather than its limitation.
  • These patients tend to return to full activity after several weeks without permanent limitations.
  • The usual limitation is set so that a side must include at least five players who bowl.
  • Due to this limitation and others, the product is no longer on the market.
  • The mayor is elected for a four-year term without limitation as to the number of terms.
  • Because of the city's location, there is a natural limitation to population growth.
  • However, they suffer limitations due to their use of the outside air as a heat source.
  • Another way around the time limitation was to issue a selection on both sides of a single record.
  • The limitation of working hours to twelve now applied up to age eighteen.
  • The most significant limitation of this theory is its current lack of detail.
  • His size placed limitations on the roles he could play.
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Words starting with limitation

Meaning of limitation

  • noun The quality of being limited or restricted
    it is a good plan but it has serious limitations
  • noun (law) a time period after which suits cannot be brought
    statute of limitations
  • noun An act of limiting or restricting (as by regulation)