time limit

  1. a time period within which something must be done or completed
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How To Use time limit In A Sentence

  • Faced by those constraints, the soldiers of the Royal Anglians face an uphill task and the official three-year time limit is already looking decidedly niggardly.
  • It is a subject that knows no bounds or time limits, and the demands of the role continue to bedevil women who assume it. Cherie Burns: Stepmotherhood Never Ends
  • Notice concerning time limitation of providing foreign exchange settlement document for export business by export enterprises.
  • The violation of law enforcement procedure express into four major categories: steps illegal, way illegal, order illegal, and time limit illegal.
  • We have extended the time limit for claims until July 30.
  • The custody time limit in respect of the remand therefore expired on 21 October 2001.
  • The new policy sets no time limit but vows to continue monetary easing until inflation has been firmly established above 2 per cent. Times, Sunday Times
  • The committee put forward a proposal to reduce the time limit.
  • The City of Richmond could not give a conservation easement by simple majority vote because a conservation easement is supposed to last forever and a majority of Council cannot grant an easement without some time limit. 2003 December archive at cvillenews.com
  • Time limits were there to be obeyed. Times, Sunday Times
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