Grammar Restricting the range of application of the noun modified.(adjective)
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Use "limiting" in a sentence
"On February 4, 2009 I read an article in the New York Times in which you called limiting the pay of executives of companies who receive federal bailout money "draconian - $500,000 is not a lot of money.""
"Opponents say voters, and not the council, should decide the issue, since they passed a term limiting referendum in the first place."
"The advertising restrictions advance the interest in limiting this commodification in two closely related ways."