Some articles on limited:
... The major industries include DCM Sriram Consolidated Limited (DSCL), Instrumentaion Limited, Multimetals Limited, Samtel Glass Limited, Birla Cement, CFCL Chambal Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited ...
... Initially run as a division of Freightliner Limited, in 2001 operations were transferred to a new subsidiary, Freightliner Heavy Haul Limited ... In April 2006 Freightliner Maintenance Limited was established as a separate entity dedicated to the repair and maintenance of traction and rolling stock ...
... Malts members 18 years, unavailable in some areas 20 years, limited run of 9,000 bottles 25 years, limited run of 21,000 bottles 30 years, limited run of 2,958 bottles Distiller's edition ...
3801 Limited is a not for profit company limited by guarantee formed in June 1985 to operate steam locomotive 3801 and its associated rolling stock ...
... Octopus Cards Limited (Chinese 八達通卡有限公司) is the operator of the Octopus rechargeable contactless smart card used in an electronic ... Octopus Cards Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Octopus Holdings Limited ... the name of "Creative Star" by the major transportation companies in Hong Kong, Octopus Cards Limited is the operator of the Octopus System and the issuer of Octopus ...
More definitions of "limited":
- (adj): Not unlimited.
Example: "A limited list of choices"
- (adj): Small in range or scope.
Example: "Limited war"; "a limited success"; "a limited circle of friends"
- (adj): Mediocre.
- (adj): Subject to limits or subjected to limits.
- (adj): Having a specific function or scope.
- (adj): Not excessive.
Famous quotes containing the word limited:
“Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
“If womens role in life is limited solely to housewife/mother, it clearly ends when she can no longer bear more children and the children she has borne leave home.”
—Betty Friedan (20th century)
“We must believe that He permits it [this war] for some wise purpose of his own, mysterious and unknown to us; and though with our limited understandings we may not be able to comprehend it, yet we cannot but believe, that he who made the world still governs it.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)