What is the difference in meaning between "limit to" and "limit on".
A report of some sentences that I found on Google book follows:
- It may be noted that the annual limit to the eye lens (150 mSv) is related directly to the threshold dose for cataracts (approximately 5Sv)
- Hence, the static method represents the lower limit to the true ultimate load and has a maximum factor of safety
- These reductions were attributed to an intervention in the normal course of events which was identified as the reduction of the speed limit to 55 mph
- (B) Replacing the plan's previous annual limit on mental health benefits with a $500,000 annual limit on all benefits (including medical/surgical and mental health benefits);
- The limit on bank guarantees was removed and fully delegated to commercial banks