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The combined maximum of participant and business contribution is $55,000 for those under 50 and $61,000 for those 50 and older.
Under global trade rules set in 1994, the EU imposes a 10% duty on cars and trucks from the U.S. and other countries, the maximum allowed.
Some are obvious, like the one that had never posted a photo and lacked a profile picture yet followed about 7,500 accounts — the maximum allowed by the social media site.
Auburn will also purchase an additional 100 upper-level tickets, which is the maximum permitted by the NCAA, for each of the first two rounds, should the team advance past Charleston.
Both the Bengals and Packers are receiving the maximum of four compensatory picks, as are Dallas and Oakland.
The fine is the maximum allowed under state law and was issued for violations of laws designed to protect patients from harm, abuse or neglect, according to the Feb. 14 letter.
But under the bill, that maximum would be just 14 weeks if the unemployment rate is below 5.4 percent.
Minimum salary in our league is $600 a month, maximum is around $1,600.
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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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