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Under the terms of the approval, Red Rock Gardens will host up to 12 weddings, anniversaries, parties and fundraisers a year with a maximum of 200 guests at each event.
But the formula used most often to predict the maximum is also the worst.
Boyce and fellow guard Paul Hursey were arrested in 2016 and charged with conspiring to smuggle cellphones and drugs into Delaware’s maximum-security prison in exchange for money.
In exchange for her guilty plea last year, the government agreed to drop all but two charges and limit her prison sentence to a three-year maximum.
The new contract calls for unionized employees to pay the same percent toward their health care costs as non-unionized employees over the life of the contract — with a maximum of 15 percent.
There's also a first-year cap hit of approximately $3.6 million, along with a maximum of $500,000 per year in per-game bonuses starting in 2020.
The small-group tours cater to single parents (or parents traveling without a spouse) and their kids, with a maximum of 16 people per trip.
The council plans to vote Tuesday on a bill to create the program, which would allow qualified candidates for local offices to receive a base sum that varies by contest, with a maximum of $160,000 for mayor.
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MAXIMUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of maximum for English Language Learners
: the highest number or amount that is possible or allowed
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