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- n. A restriction placed on an activity based on the age of the participants; either lower or higher limit.
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- n. regulation establishing the maximum age for doing something or holding some position
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The people's standard of life is lower than it was before the Revolution; the labour conditions are harder, the discipline is more inhuman, the piece-work drudgery worse than in colonial countries with native coolies; we have lowered the age limit for capital punishment down to twelve years; our sexual laws are more narrow-minded than those of England, our leader-worship more Byzantine than that of the reactionary dictatorships.
Option b’s tally of 22%, however, is alarmingly high, especially given the ludicrous age limit of 10,000 years.
Chief among the dissimilarities is the fantastic age limit of these Babylonian kings: Alorus begins with 36,000; Megalorus,