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unlimited

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunlimitedun‧lim‧i‧ted /ʌnˈlɪmɪtɪd/ ●●○ adjective  1 LIMIT#without any limit The system can support an unlimited number of users. unlimited access to information The ticket offers unlimited travel on the London underground for seven days.2 LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTvery large in amount an unlimited variety of cookies
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unlimitedAt the time of the purchase, the extent of Alaska and its resources must have seemed unlimited.Incorporation may itself take several forms: public or private, limited or unlimited, and with or without a share capital.The maximum penalty is two years' imprisonment or an unlimited fine.Unlike many other unmetered deals, the price also includes unlimited freephone technical support.We pay $20 a month for unlimited Internet access.Prices are expected to be in the $ 27 to $ 30 per month range for unlimited Internet access.This industry had always been known as a growth industry of unlimited potential.The ticket is good for unlimited travel on the city's transportation system for 3 days.It costs $ 500 for unlimited use of the protocol.unlimited numberBut suppose you have an unlimited number of deals.Internet access providers generally charge $ 20 a month but offer an unlimited number of hours per month.In a hyperbolic plane an unlimited number of lines can pass through the point and not meet the given line.Learn unlimited numbers of new letters.For a typical semantic constituent, there is an unlimited number of possible sentential frames.An unlimited number of sub-accounts are available to financial advisers.Hard-disk users are fortunate enough to be able to store an almost unlimited number of useful macros.
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