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1 The teaching of history should not be limited to dates and figures.
2 The amount you have to pay will be limited to a maximum of ￡500.
3 The number of tickets issued will be limited to 600 and unfortunately the venue is unsuitable for children.
4 Communication would be limited to the attendees and readers of the published proceedings, posters to attendees only.
5 Strictly speaking, the term Fair Isle should be limited to patterns originating from Fair Isle.
6 Of those cancers that seem to be limited to the prostate clinically, 25-35% will have lymph node metastases.
7 But the response must be limited to the amount of force necessary to protect them.
8 Its jurisdiction would be limited to the Yugoslav conflict and to war crimes committed after 1 January 1991.
9 Anderson's proposal is for the tax subsidy to be limited to a five-year duration.
10 Geographically,(www.Sentencedict.com) the selection would be limited to foreign artists who had emigrated to Paris.
11 Labour hours are expected to be limited to 800 next year.
12 Alternatively, significant levels of expression may be limited to a subset of cells or developmental stages.
13 The original draft directive proposed that advertising should be limited to the sort of details a business card carries.
14 A decrease in rates payable will also be limited to 10% and 15% for small businesses.
15 In addition, residence permits will be limited to five years.
16 Warranties to be limited to events occurring after the Vendor acquired the Business.
17 Physicians no longer should be limited to time spent at the hospital for learning, he reasoned.
18 Once you remortgage, tax relief will be limited to the first ￡30,000 of your loan.
19 Podium speeches will be limited to 10 minutes and be supplemented by video hookups with speakers and scenes from across the country.
20 And their assistance to imperialism will not be limited to the colonial world. 3.
21 If balance is important it can not be limited to public television.
22 The plantations would be open to foreign acquisition but overall foreign ownership would be limited to 30 or 40 percent.
23 The aggregate amount paid out under these schemes may be limited to an amount specified in the regulations.
24 Two years ago a consultative document from the Inland Revenue proposed that the loan-back be limited to 25 percent.
25 Bronchoscopy is a time-consuming, hospital-bound procedure; ideally the technique should be limited to high-risk patients.
26 Urban transport would be reduced by 40 percent and taxi services would be limited to taking people to hospital or to funerals.
27 To provide an effective working atmosphere, the number of participants will be limited to approximately 50.
28 In future, the amount which you have to pay will be limited to a maximum of ￡500. 3.
29 It soon became apparent that the working time each week would be limited to about two hours.
30 Video did reveal insights into teaching practice although these insights tended to be limited to issues of classroom management.
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