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1 : to keep within limits <Her study of bears is confined to those in North America.
Ms Butler said: "While these charges are imposed to ensure borrowers keep within limits and make regular payments, in some situations it can mean those in difficulty see the situation spiral.
Performance is rapid and responsive and you have to watch the dials to keep within limits.
In ``Child Abuse: An Amateur Approach,'' he comes to the surprising conclusion that ``for our psychic health it is necessary to reinstitute some form of permitted and ritualized `abuse' of the young and thus to keep within limits that stop short of maiming and murder the discharge of those inevitable hostilities that grow up between the generations.