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By limiting myself somewhat as to itinerary I can do the thing.
HIGH ADVENTUREJAMES NORMAN HALL
Even in the early sixties we find not a few unions, national and local, limiting their hours by agreement with employers.
These nobles accordingly framed a new constitution for the empire, limiting the authority of the queen to suit their purposes.
THE EMPIRE OF RUSSIAJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
The illegitimate attempt to raise wages by limiting the number of apprentices is the great abuse of trades-unions.
This has had the effect of limiting the operation of the law to its intended purpose.
Sovereigns, according to the public law of France, uncontrollable by the rights of others, were incapable of limiting their own.
But in other cases she seems helpless, no barrier being formed for limiting the area of disturbance.
Self-government, founded on self-knowledge, wards off the pangs of disappointment by limiting ambition to the attainable.
THE RELIGIOUS SENTIMENTDANIEL G. BRINTON
Violent crime and the fear it provokes are crippling our society, limiting personal freedom, and fraying the ties that bind us.
This was the Triennial Act, limiting the duration of Parliament to three years.

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