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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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Even though avoiding agricultural activities during hottest days of the summer season could be acknowledged as a cost-effective preventive measure, the high number of occupational injuries reported among self-employed AWs, during holidays and even during HWs suggest that it may be limitedly effective.
Similarly the poor can add all limitedly available items like fresh milk or milk powder, beaten eggs or various kinds of nuts, dried grapes, ghee etc.
Last month, McDonald's limitedly released 10,000 PyeongChang Hanwoo Signature Burgers made with local beef at the fast food chain's 400 selected restaurants nationwide, so as to show off the host city's economy.
Transparency is only partial and limited compliance monitoring is costly (17) and limitedly feasible.
(115) It then found that Hawaii's write-in ballot prohibition only limitedly burdened the rights at issue because the prohibition was found to be "reasonable" and it did not require voters to "espouse positions that they do not support," but rather it "require[d] them to act in a timely fashion" in accordance with ballot access regulations to ensure the candidate of their preference is on the ballot "if they wish to express their views in the voting booth." (116) This finding of a limited burden triggered lesser scrutiny.
However, in actual design works by now, the damage model is usually used to assess the nonlinear behavior for structure level or member level and very limitedly used in designing.
The results showed that the PSJ successfully restored the ultimate stress and displacement ductility of the columns, but only limitedly restored the initial stiffness of the column by 84% of the as-built column.
The process is designed for the detection of diseases in the prenatal phase, thus its feasibility is tested upon the limitedly available ultrasound scans data and then deeply investigated for a large dataset of adult individuals.
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 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).
Capitalism remains the most proper economic and political system to prevail in the postmodern world; however, it no longer develops limitedly and/or restricted only by the economic pillar.