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Limit

1. The maximum amount of price change a futures contract is allowed to undergo on a given trading day. Limits are mandated by the exchanges on which futures contracts trade, and exist in order to reduce volatility in the market. It is also called a trading limit.

2. The maximum number of transactions in commodities that an individual may make on an exchange on a given trading day. Limits are mandated either by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission or by the exchanges on which commodity contracts trade. It is also called a trading limit.

3. See: Limit order.
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The ability to spend limitlessly, as long as the balance is paid off, was an attractive feature to Mexican consumers belonging to this group, although the benefits associated with these cards were also a draw.
According to James, Madhyamaka forces us to accept that everything is not just externally but internally related, leading directly to a kind of nihilistic monism since the boundaries around "things" ineluctably dissolve into their converging causative factors, or what Izutsu called "a limitlessly vast field of Nothingness" (31, cited in James 93).
There are three advantages, or three results, that are important to me: a fairly continuous awareness of this place in which I live and of which I limitlessly desire to be aware; freedom from the talk of media people who are afraid to be quiet; and maybe enough time for reading.
The deeper New Suez Canal will allow huge container-carrying ships to pass through the original Canal in both directions limitlessly, bearing in mind that the current Canal allows only eight huge ships with more than 14-meter draft to pass through.
This alternative sense of the term 'dialect' (=an arsenal of 20 or so words) dismisses any notion of intricate grammatical and phonological rules, and a lexicon of thousands of words, which allow speakers to form complex sentences, read and understand literature, and limitlessly converse about abstractions, emotions, aspirations, complex problems, philosophy, religion, and science.
The example is blocking the growth of the megacity of Tehran while Yazd has grown limitlessly. The population and construction density of Tehran has jumped in the past two decades while the urban and local facilities have not been improved in parallel.
With a 128GB capacity (64GB is the highest capacity for Android devices so far), they can limitlessly capture thousands of photos, songs and videos in one removable card.
According to his philosophy of history, urban expansion across a rural landscape was the essence of historical (ruralized) urbanization; and it would therefore return as a meta-principle whose ambition was to reunite the rural with the urban in a semiurban, semirural, expandable network of dwellings, sprawling limitlessly across the earth: "Ruralize the urban; urbanize the rural: ...
In addition, there are some other advantages to employ energy harvesting technology such as noise reduction, elimination of cross-talks, and all these power sources are renewable, clean, and available limitlessly in the environment.
And in our disillusioned minds our "home" becomes a romanticized symbol of our innocence where we dreamed limitlessly and were loved unconditionally.
Conversations is a new direction in Mayeri's work because so many heads are engaged with each other and the piece is limitlessly variable.
How the reader might hear, observe, feel, and touch this slipping is a practice Jacobus generously guides us through in Romantic Things: the world of objects and phenomena become limitlessly available once the reader learns to approach them through an affective mode of receptivity that figures meaning through sensing.