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upper limit

[¦əp·ər ′lim·ət]
(mathematics)
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The result is your upper limit for Tablespoons of sugar.
After the announcement of the upper limit to pay 15% interest on fixed deposits, the number of fixed deposits maintained by senior citizens is reported to have risen today to 500,000.
Their updated upper limit of serum ALT for men was 30 U/L,much lower than 40 U/L,considered normal at that time for Italian population.
Bur Dubai registered a 20% rise in lower limit rents, while upper limit rents moved up by 7% at the end of last year.
End-users, meanwhile, have no reason to be concerned with the 75 per cent loan-to-value upper limit on properties up to Dh5 million, which is what the marketplace had been expecting the Central Bank to do for some time now, according to market observers.
The government will have a tool to set the upper limit of tuition fees.
The motion, which suggests an upper limit of 27C for those doing strenuous work, has attracted the backing of the TUC.
Theropods, which include the famous Tyrannosaurus rex, on the other hand, did show what appears to be an upper limit on body size.
To reduce this risk, NSSP procedure should be augmented by applying the upper limit of the estimated 90th percentile of fecal coliform samples at the .
These new elements--their characteristics obtained experimentally (even if with large scattering of the numerical values)--can be considered as the experimental verification of the theory I suggested [1,2], including the Hyperbolic Law in the Periodic Table of Elements, and the upper limit of the Table in element No.
Setting the price at the upper limit of the 3,500 to 3,790 yen price range it announced for book-building, the carrier will sell 175 million shares from Tuesday through Friday for delivery on the relisting day, it said.
The Japanese government has instructed the education boards of 17 prefectures in eastern and northeastern Japan to set the upper limit on radioactive substance exposure for food and drink served in school meals at 40 becquerels per kilogram, officials said Thursday.