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This ensures optimum traction right up to the physical limit, regardless of road conditions.
Common sense should have told our leadership that our road system capacity has its physical limit.
We are thrilled that he is going to push himself to the physical limit once again.
Comic Relief CEO Kevin Cahill said: "Eddie is one of our Sport Relief legends and we are absolutely thrilled he is going to push himself to the physical limit again.
The product is an innovative technology which overcomes the inherent limitation of light, and pushes beyond any physical limit.
At 60-nm thick, the flat lens essentially is two-dimensional, yet its focusing power approaches the ultimate physical limit set by the laws of diffraction.
And the fundamental physical limit is the world of atoms.
Although he's watched processing power and speed increase each year, Wozniak says there will be a day when the technology will reach a physical limit and begin to plateau.
Simultaneously, Barron's reports that the astonishing productivity gains rung out of computers in recent years have now plateaued, strongly suggesting there is a physical limit to how much assistance any electronic device can offer an employee.
The top level of Spanish football and the Champions League force me to recognise I have reached my physical limit.
THE PUNISHER (18) Thomas Jane had to push himself to the absolute physical limit to become comic book vigilante The Punisher.
This is David's first half-marathon and he says it will test him to his physical limit.

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