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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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The hydrogen atoms located in a difference Fourier map were limitedly refined with isotropic temperature factors and other hydrogen atoms that were added in their calculated positions were refined using a riding model.
We find that corporate tax rate policies and, more limitedly, UI rate tax policies are found to be negatively related to mass job loss.
What is at stake for the non-transgender person is not the particular action being performed but the possibly of personal information being revealed about the self, even if only limitedly because bathrooms often have separate stalls and privacy panels alongside urinals, and locker rooms will often abut a bathroom or be not-too-far from one that could provide private areas for changing.
sup][8] However, it is rather unexpected that minimally invasive KT procedures have been just limitedly reported,[sup][6],[8] and even more so when taking into consideration the wide range of sophisticated MIS procedures that have been introduced during recent years.
The stock market witnessed a new chapter of the weekly losses series, as it ended the last week's trading activity with a decrease of the three indices, in light of the overwhelming of the selling pressures and the profit collection operations over the purchasing power that was limitedly present in few daily sessions of the week, Bayan Investment Company added in its report.
Thus, for Trundle, theories "are not said to be false in a Popper-like way or even limitedly successful research programs in Imre Lakatos-like language when they are superseded historically by truer theories.
In general, almost all service sectors--with the exception of transport and storage, as well as financial intermediation for GIIPS, electricity, gas and water supply for non-euro, and renting activities for core and East--are limitedly involved in international trade, and thus can be labeled as non-tradables.
However, "it is very hard for employees to defend or express their sides in times of controversies since the line of communication between the top authorities and subordinates are observed by the employees to be limitedly open".
Various diagnostic methods like indirect haemagglutination (IHA) test, virus neutralization test (VNT), enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), fluorescent antibody technique (FAT) and agar gel immunodiffusion test (AGIDT) are used limitedly to detect IBDV and molecular techniques like reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) have frequently used to detect viruses from the field samples (Gohm et al.
However, in CCTs, this participation is limitedly prescribed; participation is conceived as properly performing required behavior.
According to Herbert Simon (1961), the individuals are "intendedly rational, but only limitedly so".
Previously, calls for help were limitedly handled by service desk workers and passed on to the short-staffed, high-level IT and AV engineers.