- n. Plural form of limitation.
“The teacher and the student will do well to consider carefully the analysis of the limitations of the short-story, limitations that really create its possibilities, contained in Chapter XII of Professor Bliss Perrys Study of Prose Fiction.”
“Do not, I pray, waste your pity on those who until just a few short months ago were lamenting the term limitations mandated in our own US federal constitution which prevented George W. Bush from seeking a third term.”
“Just a thought, they did not enact the term limitations on strong-mayor until the end of Dave Fischer's term, so presumably he could run again!”
“Mayor McCheese ran afoul of a term limitations law, I understand he and Big Mac we last seen in Scotland, however this is my personal understanding not official information and should not be taken as a statement by McDonalds.”
“The most unbelieving of us will admit that "there is a destiny which shapes our ends, rough hew them as we may," and it is in the stupid resistance to having our ends shaped for us that we stop and groan at what we call the limitations of circumstances.”
“It is encouraging sometimes to look at our possessions through other people's spectacles, and perhaps I may help some worker in a small field to see in what she calls her limitations, not a hedging in but an opening, by drawing the contrast from another point of view -- from that of one who is regretfully forced to give up almost all personal, individual work with the children and delegate to others that most delightful of tasks, because her library is so large and she has so much money to spend that her services are more needed in other directions.”
“Then it is like a lifeboat. within limitations, Id think you have to say, that the law of the jungle applies.”
““We found the study interesting but understood it had certain limitations,” Elliot said.”
“Interviews with outside medical experts suggest Mr. Kirk experienced a major stroke that could result in long-term limitations, though those may be treatable with rehabilitation.”
“There would probably certain limitations, for example, like giving Andrea a sense of humor, especially an impromptu sense of humor.”
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