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limitingly

(ˈlɪmɪtɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a manner which limits or restricts
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After all, the whole structure of Parallel Lives could be seen as implicitly inviting the adducing of further parallels, and Cavendish could well be seen as implicitly doing just that; to recognise this is not, I think, to tie Cavendish reductively and limitingly to her own personal circumstances but to recognise the extent to which they energised and informed her writing.
For MacLeod, de Certeau's ideas form the basis of readings that continually want to point to transformative possibilities, however utopian these might be (indeed, in contrast, Ball worries that de Certeau's essay is "limitingly local, sentimentally poetic" [10]).
Only Love's Brother is set securely, and limitingly, in a past viewed with nostalgia, and only The Old Man Who Read Love Stories has no overt point of connection with Australia today.