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narrowly-scoped

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Variant of blepharo-.

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Examples

  • If the ring-fencing measures are pursued, it said it "believes most of the benefits could be achieved, and the costs and risks minimized, with a relatively narrowly-scoped ring-fence that still enables significant movement of funding within groups."

    Ring Fencing 'Increases Taxpayer Exposure'

  • There is plenty of gray area surrounding the concept of 'ruin porn', and I have no wish to pass judgment on the works of Moore and of Marchand and Meffre beyond mentioning that they certainly don't have the import of a narrowly-scoped documentary study.

    Ian Ference: On 'Ruin Porn'

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