prelimit

prelimit

(priːˈlɪmɪt)
vb (tr)
to limit beforehand
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Subsequently, they prelimited the scope of the Google-style search by loading only provider names within a 100-mile radius of the respondent's zip code onto the laptops.
In addition, a dose of 250 mg/kg BW sodium pyruvate prelimited a metabolic acidosis during AMI, which was getting visible in higher base excess and blood pH [13].
The set of all prelimits points of A is said to be the prederived set of A and is denoted by Dp[A].
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