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adjective as in subject to limitations


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US vetting requirements, capacity limitations at refugee resettlement agencies, and a finite number of slots available under the current refugee admissions cap could all contribute to delays in bringing them to American soil.

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Giving students early access to Pell meant drawing down finite dollars, as the grants can only be used for 12 semesters.

These so-called infinite-dimensional matrices have a very different algebra from finite-dimensional ones.

As you might have expected, f was less than 1, meaning the chain had a finite length.

Until the 1960s, scientists believed that the number of neurons and synaptic connections in the human brain were finite and that, once damaged, these brain cells could not be replaced.

Many of the fuels we use to generate electricity —natural gas, oil, coal—are abundant yet finite.

“It is an outrage that DEA is using finite taxpayer dollars to impound legal industrial hemp seeds,” he said.

The reservoir of settlement-related projects available for promotion is finite.

And they're wise to pursue this course, because the most finite resource in this discussion is land.

For all practical purposes, the world's supply of oil is not finite.

To imitate finite excellence, is to aspire at excellence, even though but in part.

To follow these would be delightful and honouring; but would be to follow what is merely a copy, and only finite.

Its effects on creatures being finite, what is finite might these in some measure point out.

A spirit has no body; an infinite being is a being which is not finite; a perfect being is a being which is not imperfect.

What good to me is the favor of a being who, able to bestow upon me infinite good, does not even give me a finite one?

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On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to finite, such as: definite, fixed, limited, restricted, bound, and bounded.

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