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- n. A poker game where bets and raises can be as large as the player is capable of making them.
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"They can spread very fast, with their new rhodomagnetic ships, and there is no limit to their hordes.
Brotherliness is love on a footing of equality; ministering love means to give and to forgive, and no limit is to be recognized.
And bear in mind that there is no limit to their number; bear in mind that for one Goethe Nature easily can foist on the world ten thousand of these scribblers who poison men's souls like germ-carriers of the worse sort, on their fellow men.
There was no limit to the cult of Himself, imposed by this fat, bald, neckless little man whose head sat directly on his shoulders.
The Sisters of Our Lady of Charity do no limit their work to reclaiming the fallen; they also receive girls who are in danger of being lost or who are being brought up immorally.
In 1995, when Universal signed the now-legendary billion-dollar TV deal with mogul Leo Kirch’s KirchMedia to supply his growing private station empire, it seemed there was no limit to what television rights could be worth.
No, sir-ee, Percy was going to have all the money he wanted, with the whisky bottle always in sight on the sideboard and no limit on any game he wanted to sit in, so that he'd grow up a perfect little gentleman and know how to use things instead of abusing them.