Definition of Limiteds
1. limited [n] - See also: limited
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Literary usage of Limiteds
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Modern Railroad by Edward Hungerford (1911)
"Fast trains, running upon the express schedules of the finest limiteds, sometimes bring silk, $2000000 or $3000000 worth to the train, across the continent. ..."
2. Your United States: Impressions of a First Visit by Arnold Bennett (1912)
"In particular, the smoking-cars of all the limiteds I intrusted myself to were defiantly and wilfully ugly. Still, a fine, proud train, handsome in some ..."
3. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1915)
"... air-brake—we never could have had our present mile-long freight-trains, "All-Steel Overland limiteds," and Mikado locomotives of such tremendous power. ..."
4. Classical Philology by University of Chicago press, JSTOR (Organization) (1917)
"They were not, however, obsessed by our modern habit of measuring progress in terms of " Twentieth Century limiteds" and high explosives,-1 on the contrary, ..."
5. The Nineteenth Century (1898)
"limiteds,' have rarely been commercially successful.. It was stated in evidence by witnesses before the ..."
6. Auditing: A Practical Manual for Auditors by Lawrence Robert Dicksee (1907)
"Many retail " limiteds" adopt a similar method for the payment of all dividends under, say, two pounds. In such cases the Auditor's duties are naturally ..."
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