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Limited

Restricted in duration, extent, or scope; confined.

Limited liability is the rule that the owners or shareholders of a corporation cannot usually be sued as individuals for corporate actions unless they are involved in Fraud or criminal conduct.

Limited is also a designation following the name of a corporation that indicates its corporate and limited liability status; it is abbreviated Ltd. It is found most commonly after British and Canadian corporate names, although it is sometimes used in the United States.

limited

adjective angustus, bounded, brevis, checked, circumscribed, circumscriptive, confined, constricted, controlled, cramped, curbed, definite, fixed, hampered, impeded, insular, narrow, parvus, prescribed, restrained, restricted, stinted
Associated concepts: limited agency, limited by law, limited guaranty, limited jurisdiction, limited partnership, limited waiver of immunity, limited warranty
See also: arrested, brief, certain, conditional, dependent, imperfect, infrequent, local, minimal, narrow, parochial, part, partial, petty, private, privy, provisional, qualified, scarce, slight, specific, strict, temporary
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In addition to acknowledging Julia Kristeva as the one who coined the term, Orr also claims that injustice has been done to Kristeva's theory when it is just limitedly seen as a re-discussion of Bakhtin's work, rather, as I intended to imply by the using the term processing, as using Bakhtin's work as the basis for her own theory on intertextuality, developing it further than it had been done before (Orr 20-32).
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Diffusion of innovation in segmented market is a research area explored very limitedly in the literature.
PSM research seems only limitedly grounded in the resource-based view of the firm, resource dependence theory, or stakeholder theory.