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limited

1. (of governing powers, sovereignty, etc.) restricted or checked, by or as if by a constitution, laws, or an assembly
2. US and Canadian (of a train) stopping only at certain stations and having only a set number of cars for passengers
3. Chiefly Brit (of a business enterprise) owned by shareholders whose liability for the enterprise's debts is restricted
4. US and Canadian a limited train, bus, etc.
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Speaking skill is another activity which has been evaluated by students as only limitedly addressed.
Instead of having multiple e-payment systems built and launched individually by Jordanian companies, 'e-Tasdeed' will serve as a single, unified platform that caters to the needs of all companies and institutions while being directly interfaced with core banking and credit card systems, unlike the previous solutions which used to be technically complicated and limitedly useful.
In an ethical republic we treat those around us as genuine ends, and not mere means, not because we have reflected on the desires of fully rational agents and reasoned to what principles such agents could will, but because we have listened to those other agents and have engaged them in deliberative processes to come to some mutual understanding of what we, as concrete and limitedly rational beings, in fact do will.
Muhammad Saeed Al-Adlouni, director for a company which owns and runs a number of sea resorts in Obhur, said the "day use service" was used limitedly during the year, but this time it was applied extensively.
Development of resistance with a rate of <1% against antibiotics including imipenem and quinolone group antibiotics which are used limitedly in the childhood is an expected result.
49) As early as 1999, courts in North Dakota limitedly embraced modern communications technologies as tools to facilitate child visitation.
In those cases, the respective treaties were interpreted in order to limitedly incorporate new technology, new environmental considerations, and new trends in commerce, respectively.
They were kept in the form of fibrils due to the long relaxation time of their rigid chains after cooling down, although spherical LCP domains also decreased the viscosity of these ternary systems limitedly (3).
It seems Chung and McCourty, who both practiced limitedly yesterday, are close to returning.
That human beings are purposively rational, but only limitedly so (Simon, 1982), can be reflected in the type and amount of information that executives discern from the environment and how they make interpretation of such information.
419 is the digital phenomenon known more technically as advance fee fraud and more commonly--if also somewhat limitedly and prejudicially--in terms such as "the Nigerian email scam.
CHAMPUS did not provide care coordination and her parents could limitedly help her when CHAMPUS coverage ended.