The minimum and maximum amounts that may be wagered at a given table.
An insurer's aggregate liability for policies in force as of a given date.
The maximum amount of protection purchased by the insured on each separate coverage.
In life insurance, the maximum and minimum amounts that the insurance company will insure one life at various age levels with respect to various types of insurance. In health insurance, ages below or above which the insurance company will not issue a new policy or above which it will not continue a policy in force. The term also refers to the maximum amount of benefit payable for a given situation or occurrence.
a means to narrow a search by restricting it to certain dates of publication, a specific language, or a publication type.
You can decrease search results by specifying date, material type, or language, and others.
The ability, within an index or database, to set search parameters which limit or restrict search results to fit certain criteria - such as language, publication date, document or format type, full-text, peer-reviewed, etc.
In the library catalog and some other databases, a means to restrict a search to include only items that contain a certain characteristic. Common characteristics for limiting a search include: date of publication, periodical title, type of resource (book, video, periodical, etc.), language, and availability in full-text. In the library catalog, the limits feature is not available for Author, Subject or Call Number searching. For more information and examples -- Andersen Library Catalog Tutorial: Setting Limits See also -- Field Limiter