As he himself once put it, the statute of limitations on his silence has expired.
These limitations of the “hip cool” strategy to drive broad-based economic growth have been evident for years.
The general is very clear about the limitations of his own army.
Pennsylvania, where the assault is alleged to have taken place, has a 12-year statute of limitations on sexual assault.
By its final chapter The Tender Soldier addresses head-on the unrealistic expectations—and limitations—of a war-weary superpower.
People talk of fate, and conditions, and burdens, and limitations.
It is believed that it will soon die out by its own limitations.
The statute of limitations runs in his favor; and his old opinions are outlawed.
Blood revenge was nothing but an exercise of revenge and it had all the limitations of revenge.
They know the limitations of their powers and where to stop.
late 14c., from Old French limitacion and directly from Latin limitationem (nominative limitatio), noun of action from past participle stem of limitare (see limit (v.)). Phrase statute of limitations attested by 1768.