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Braille books cost $50 each, and the school receives a maximum of $300 per year to support this student.
Now, the minimum for the first violation is a minimum of $15 and maximum of $35 for a first violation, then at least $35 and not more than $75 for the second.
Under the terms of the deal, the venue at 2915 N. Main is to host no more than 40 amplified outdoor shows per year and a maximum of 20 on evenings before a regular school day.
But there’s a catch: Google is stipulating publishers using the Funding Choices consent tool can only list a maximum of 12 ad-tech vendors, AdExchanger reports.
There would be ground troops involved in addition to the fighter planes, consisting of a maximum of five vehicles designated as either friendly or belonging to enemy forces.
The tournaments could only last a maximum of 14 days, and seats used during the events would not count toward the state cap on gambling positions.
The plan calls for a two-year test program in which a maximum of five companies would be allowed to rent out their scooters.
His own 11-year-old auto had logged more than 200,000 miles and was barely drivable, able to go a maximum of only 35 mph.
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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
MAXIMUM Defined for Kids
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