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Set a row limit for each value in a WHERE clause

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I have multiple values in a WHERE clause and I would like to know how to limit the number of rows for each value.

About 20 rows would be great.

Current Statement:

SELECT *
FROM Table1
WHERE Col1 IN ('Value1','Value2',...'Value14')
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