restricted limit

restricted limit

[ri¦strik·təd ′lim·ət]
(mathematics)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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However, they became reassured as to the fate of future generations on being apprised that, according to the calculations of Laplace, this acceleration of motion is confined within very restricted limits, and that a proportional diminution of speed will be certain to succeed it.
Another 1,709 motorists were caught ignoring the restricted limit on the A1058 Coast Road eastbound during the same period.
The figures from Northumbria Police reveal another 1,709 motorists were caught ignoring the restricted limit on the A1058 Coast Road eastbound during the same period.
A representative from the PNP's legal service said the police chief, even the regional and police directors, had the power to place any personnel on restricted limits within the parameters of any police camp for grave misconduct or serious irregularity in the performance of duty.
We request that the Welsh Government promotes more clearly its ability to support projects within the Assisted Areas of Wales beyond the restricted limits available in Enterprise Zones in the rest of the UK.
Will Erdoy-an's policy of turning the AK Party into a conservative party with more restricted limits, i.e., returning it to its roots, cause a decline in its electoral support?
To continue in a relationship that makes you feel restricted limits your experience of the world.
Although product recall insurance may be available, it is generally very expensive and has restricted limits. Since no amount of insurance premium can cover the long-term damage to your company's reputation and brand, it is far better to focus on all the preventative measures you can take to avoid product recalls.
Although modernism has effectively been post-modern for the course of most current architects' working lives, it has left a stubborn legacy of received ideas prohibiting beauty and learned play outside its own restricted limits. Symondson's book--which has many excellent photographs (although only the cover, showing St Mary, Wellingborough, is in colour) and a gazetteer by Stephen Bucknall--speaks to a contemporary condition.

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