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    Default beyond limits or beyond the limits?

    Hi,

    If one wants to start a community or organization and he/she chose to keep one between beyond limits and beyond the limits as the name of the community, what should be the correct name?

    Is beyond limits correct?

    Please let me know:)

    thanks!

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    Default Re: beyond limits or beyond the limits?

    Yes, 'Beyond Limits' would indicate 'beyond all limits' whereas 'Beyond the Limits" indicates certain specific, but not specified, limits.

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