And it's the first reserve to place such a large area of open ocean off-limits to commercial fishing.
But cement and other building materials are still off-limits.
But benefits are no longer off-limits for colleges, according to the study.
Nelson is right that unpopular topics and opinions should not be off-limits for inquiry and comment.
One category of experiments should be off-limits for the time being, according to the report.
Expression is so limited that even certain colors are off-limits for personal use.
No musical genre seemed off-limits, from sambas to polkas to blues.
If these types of justifications continue, the implications are that any public area could be made off-limits.
Education helps, but there are some things that should be off-limits.
In so doing, it started out by declaring one third of the budget off-limits for spending cuts.
Word Origin and History for off-limits
"forbidden," by 1881, U.S. military academies jargon, from off (adv.) + limit (n.). Earlier (1857) it was applied to cadets, etc., who were in violation of the limitations on their movement and behavior.