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* Limits of nets in X are unique.
* Limits of filters on X are unique.
Limits are the easiest way to provide rigorous foundations for calculus, and for this reason they are the standard approach.
** Limits ( BDSM ) are activities that a partner feels strongly about, and to which special attention must be paid.
Limits and colimits in a category C are defined by means of diagrams in C. Formally, a diagram of type J in C is a functor from J to C:
Limits are also referred to as universal cones, since they are characterized by a universal property ( see below for more information ).
Limits and colimits are important special cases of universal constructions.
Limits inferior / superior are related to big-O notation in that they bound a sequence only " in the limit "; the sequence may exceed the bound.
David Wharton, author of Life at the Limits: Organisms in Extreme Environments, notes “ Biochemical reactions are accompanied by changes in volume.
Perhaps ironically, there are no public parks within the entire City Limits.
Music venues on the banks of Lady Bird Lake are home to a number of events year-round, including the Austin City Limits Music Festival in the fall, the Austin Reggae Festival and Spamarama in the spring, and many open-air concerts at Auditorium Shores on the south bank and Fiesta Gardens on the north bank.
Limits on computer storage are comparable.
In a flyer describing the project, it declared " The global issues which were the focus of the 1972 Report,Limits to Growth ” are even more severe and urgent today.
In a related line of criticism, Michael Sandel, also a Harvard colleague, wrote Liberalism and the Limits of Justice, which criticized A Theory of Justice for asking us to think about justice while divorced from the values and aspirations that define who we are as persons, and which allow us to determine what justice is.
* Limits and colimits are dual notions.
Examples of TV anthologies are Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, American Horror Story, Tales from the Darkside, Producers ' Showcase, the Disney anthology television series, Hallmark Hall of Fame, Ford Star Jubilee, The Alcoa Hour, Playhouse 90, and Tales from the Crypt, which was not only an HBO series but also a movie anthology, both based on the EC horror-comic anthology.
Limits involving algebraic operations are often performed by replacing subexpressions by their limits ; if the expression obtained after this substitution does not give enough information to determine the original limit, it is known as an indeterminate form.
Limits on expansion due to the historic nature of the building and space limitations ( it is in a densely developed area ) and lack of funding are causing trouble for the hospital.
Limits and seasons are different than in the province of Saskatchewan.
* In the Los Angeles postal district, Zone 56 ( now the ZIP Code area 90056 ) is one of few that is not within the Los Angeles City Limits ( 90020 and 90044 are others ).
" In 1995, the Supreme Court ruled in U. S. Term Limits, Inc. v. Thornton that congressional term limit laws are unconstitutional, so a constitutional amendment is the only way to implement term limits.

Limits and case
However a 2004 National Audit Organization report noted that the business case was unproved ; conditions at the site of the Variable Speed Limits trial were not stable before or during the trial, and the study was deemed neither properly controlled nor reliable.
" Thornton was a party in the Supreme Court of the United States case, U. S. Term Limits, Inc. v. Thornton, that ruled that Arkansas and other states attempts at placing term limits on members of the U. S. House of Representatives and the U. S. Senate, unconstitutional.
" Thornton was a party in the Supreme Court of the United States case, U. S. Term Limits, Inc. v. Thornton, that ruled that Arkansas and other states attempts at placing term limits on members of the U. S. House of Representatives and the U. S. Senate, unconstitutional.
Reporting of the case in City Limits described Meltzer as a ' gentle and generous soul who is one of the leading figures in British anarchism '.
As in the case of The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits, the series begins each episode with a montage of images — in this case, several shots of a forest and countryside — accompanied by a narrator ( the late Paul Sparer ) delivering a foreboding voice-over:
The case revolves around a patent application for a " Method for Updating Alarm Limits ".

Limits and limits
The Land Transport Rule: Setting of Speed Limits ( 2003 ) allows road controlling authorities to set enforceable speed limits, including permanent speed limits, of less than 50 km / h on roads within their jurisdiction.
Limits on undershoot and oscillation ( aka, ringing or hunting ) may need to be specified when specifying fall time limits.
* Harmony High School ( HHS ) ( Although not within the City Limits, children within the eastern part of city limits attend this school )
Therefore, since Starkweather's home was always within city Limits, and since Lincoln's home and place of business, his saw mill, which was built along the Rouge River, were always outside the city limits of Plymouth, William, who brought his entire family with him and built a lean to at the Panera site as the first home, was the first settler within city limits.
* Natural Limits One of the key studies in the area concerns diminishing returns on investments generally, either physical or financial, pointing to whole system limits for resource development or other efforts.
Limits on the decisions that can be made by majorities, as through supermajority rules, constitutional limits on the powers of a legislative body, or the introduction of a Bill of Rights, have been used to counter the problem.
* Ramsdell, Charles W. " The Natural Limits of Slavery Expansion ", Mississippi Valley Historical Review, 16 ( Sept. 1929 ), 151 – 71, in JSTOR ; says slavery had almost reached its outer limits of growth by 1860, so war was unnecessary to stop further growth.
An article in the Yale Bulletin and Calendar says that his book The Limits of Morality " critiques so-called ordinary morality ; the view that there are limits to what morality can impose on humans ; and defends the doctrine of classical utilitarianism, which holds that people are morally obliged, without limit, to do as much good as they can.
The modern debate on the limits to growth was kicked off in 1972 by The Limits to Growth, a book produced by the Club of Rome.
Section 3 also placed limits on Arkansas's Congressional delegation, but it was found unconstitutional by the U. S. Supreme Court in U. S. Term Limits, Inc. v. Thornton.
* Limits the straightening and backward extension of hocks, which this limits push-off, propulsion, and speed.

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* Gillian Rose ( born 1962 ), most famous for her critique: Feminism & Geography: The Limits of Geographical Knowledge ( 1993 ), which was one of the first moves towards a development of feminist geography.
Rather, this task is left to another body established by UNCLOS, the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf, which examines scientific data submitted by coastal states that claim a broader reach.
In 1975, Friedman and his band taped an Austin City Limits show which was never aired.
Hall was recommended to Mendes by Tom Cruise, because of Hall's work on Without Limits ( 1998 ), which Cruise had executive produced.
Tar Heel is home to the largest pork processing plant in the world which opened in 1992, operated by Smithfield Foods and is located just north of the Town Limits.
Much of the debate in recent times was prompted by the 1972 Club of Rome study Limits to Growth, which considers the ecological impact of growth and wealth creation.
She is best known as lead author of the influential book The Limits to Growth, which made headlines around the world.
The Club of Rome raised considerable public attention with its report Limits to Growth, which has sold 12 million copies in more than 30 translations, making it the best-selling environmental book in world history.
* 1972 Donella Meadows wrote the international bestseller The Limits to Growth, which reported on a study of long-term global trends in population, economics and the environment.
Farrell partnered with Capital Sports & Entertainment ( now C3 Presents ), which co-owns and produces the Austin City Limits Music Festival, to produce Lollapalooza.
In November 2007, Labonte formed a full-service marketing agency, Breaking Limits, which is based in Huntersville, North Carolina.
Limits were placed on permitted levels of German production in order to prevent resurgence of German militarism, part of which included severely restricting German steel production and affected the rest of the German economy very negatively ( see " The industrial plans for Germany ").
On television, Rifkin has appeared in numerous made-for-television movies and miniseries, had regular roles on The Rockford Files, One Day at a Time, Husbands, Wives & Lovers, The Trials of Rosie O ' Neill, and Alias, and has made guest appearances on a number of series, including Sex and the City, ER Season 2 ( 1995 ) as Doctor Carl Vucelich: Episodes 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14 & 22., Law & Order, A Nero Wolfe Mystery, in Falcon Crest as Dr. Hal Lantry in the 3rd season ( 1983 ), Soap, Hill Street Blues, and The Outer Limits, for which he received a CableACE nomination.
Making use of CHUM's facilities and production teams, the channel has produced many specialty musical and variety programs, including the long-running dance program Electric Circus and the late-1980s game show Test Pattern, and it adopted some programs originally created for CHUM such as City Limits, which featured alternative videos.
Especially important is the development of The OWLS Sports Club ( Opportunities Without Limits ), which will coordinate the development of a range of different sporting opportunities for persons with physical and / or learning eisabilities, and in many cases their siblings.
The most influential contribution to the debate in Gotthold Ephraim Lessing's essay Laocoon: An Essay on the Limits of Painting and Poetry, which examines the differences between visual and literary art by comparing the sculpture with Virgil's verse.
After receiving critical acclaim, Mathias directed a full run in 1990, with Ian McKellen, Paul Rhys, and Christopher Eccleston, which won the City Limits Award for Revival of the Year.
He accepted the role, since he had worked with the same crew on The Outer Limits, a show which he appeared in during the early 90s.

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