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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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If this experience was not enough to amply indicate the limitedness of the policy rate hike on inflation, the same tight monetary policy was repeated for even a longer period of time of ten months, whereby during October 2011 to July 2012, policy rate was kept constant at 12 per cent; yet even then inflation could fall by only 1.4 per cent to 9.6 per cent.
Maybe, just maybe, by understanding their limitedness we enhance the chances of helping them meet some of our best expectations of them.
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The book's themes -- "the nomadic life that we now lead in the world, with our constant movement, our constant desire to pick up and go, whether it's from relationships or whether it's to other countries", and "the limitedness, the finiteness, the mortality of the human body, which is always pulled towards the ground" -- collide in Tokarczuk's "extraordinary" stories, said Appignanesi.
Added to this limitation was the limitedness in the age category of study subjects.
Premashekhara analyses that due to the limited powers the Union territories legislature functions in a constrained democratic framework, this limitedness of power is the base of statehood demand.
Both the procedures span a wide variety of practical applications such as medical healing, anthropological studies, human enhancement, improvement of quality of life, and ultimately the joint hope to preserve the self both diachronically (Head-Transplanting) and synchronically (Mind-Uploading) in order to overcome the "classical" human condition of primordial precariousness and limitedness, as manifested in aging and death.
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recurring gestations, the limitedness of the human individual caught in