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lim·it·ed

 (lĭm′ĭ-tĭd)
adj.
1. Confined or restricted within certain limits: has only limited experience.
2.
a. Not attaining the highest goals or achievement: a limited success.
b. Having only mediocre talent or range of ability: a popular but limited actor.
3. Having governmental or ruling powers restricted by enforceable limitations, as a constitution or a legislative body: limited monarchy.
4. Abbr. Ltd. Of or relating to a limited company.
5. Of, relating to, or being transportation facilities, such as trains or buses, that make few stops and carry relatively few passengers.
n.
A limited train or bus.

lim′i·ted·ly adv.
lim′i·ted·ness n.
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Adv.1.limitedly - in a limited manner
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Without the explicit lessons and direct feedback, MNCs' revisions and updates of routines are incomplete and inaccurate, causing them to learn limitedly from the experiences.
He added that independence should not be meant limitedly only by the state of enjoying freely the rights but also by responsibly exercising the obligation for the betterment of our life.
The city government here wants to institutionalize its 'Dulog at Dinig' program which aims to bring all basic services to the city's far flung barangays limitedly served due to its distance from the government center.
The direct action, found in the matter of contracting and in the previous legislation (article 1488 Civil Code of 1864) (Statescu and Barsan, 1995: 307; Filipescu and Filipescu, 2004: 86) is defined as a person's right to act in certain cases limitedly provided by law, against any contracting party with which has no connection whatsoever, invoking the contract in his/her favour, being third party in that contract (Pop et al, 2012: 198).
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Rather than constantly updating themselves with news from mainstream media, the young generation actively avoids or limitedly consumes news from mainstream news sources.
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As the final story in Kavan's collection, "Julia and the Bazooka" draws upon elements of each of the previous stories, leading to a limitedly utopian narrative conclusion.