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LM6211: Maximum differential input voltage

Part Number: LM6211

Hi everyone!
I'm using an OpAmp LM6211 in non-inverting mode. Recently I've noticed a parameter in datasheet that confused me a bit. It's about Vin differential (it's absolute maximum value is +- 0.3 V). Please, can you explain to me, what restrictions does it impose on the input signals? Or maybe there're some limitations on the output signal? I understand that OpAmp is tending to make the differential voltage between inverting and non-inverting inputs equal to zero, but I suppose that in some cases this rule doesn't work. 
I really appreciate any help with this issue!