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  • Currently, the president may be re-elected for an unlimited number of terms in office.
  • They are the only point in the whole system with the unlimited ability to produce money.
  • It was also capable of space travel with an unlimited life support system.
  • Terms of office are for four years and the number of terms a member may serve are unlimited.
  • In addition, many can, in theory, support an unlimited number of species.
  • A one-day bus pass and a combined unlimited train and bus pass are also available.
  • However, one cannot do this for an unlimited amount of time.
  • An open business plan is a business plan with unlimited audience.
  • There is an unlimited amount of times a team can sub in and out.
  • The two sides were unlimited in number, representing the east and west of the town.
  • The being is unlimited and is contained in everything, big or small it is.
  • Only eight masters are supported, although there can be an unlimited number of slaves.
  • Even though there are unlimited sick days, the average employee takes only two.
  • However, this could be done an unlimited number of times.
  • Per month, it includes unlimited calls to numbers of local fixed-line operators.
  • While not seen in the Justice League Unlimited comic books he was mentioned.
  • Also for some film festivals a pass is sold for unlimited entrance.
  • Under this amendment, a new president would serve for eight years and could be re-elected to unlimited four-year terms.
  • This link is thus so strong that it has effectively unlimited range.
  • The treaty gave the British almost unlimited rights to base military forces in Iraq.
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Words starting with unlimited

Meaning of unlimited

  • adjective Having no limits in range or scope
    to start with a theory of unlimited freedom is to end up with unlimited despotism"- Philip Rahv, the limitless reaches of outer space