- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of maximize.
“Simpson says that the English department's job placement seminar-which affords students the chance to participate in mock interviews - "maximizes" the possibility of them finding a job.”
“The expansion came in the movie's fifth week in the theaters, the reverse of the usual pattern in modern Hollywood, where big movies typically open on as many screens as possible—often upwards of 3,000—on the theory that such wide exposure maximizes the impact of costly national advertising campaigns.”
“If one goes to war to save lives, one should not do so in a manner that maximizes casualties.”
“I think that maximizes personal freedom over the longterm. badlaw: How do you figure that?”
“Liberals, OTOH, believe that we are not yet at the tax rate that maximizes revenues, but their projected increases in revenues based on static analysis are pretty much never realized from tax rate increases.”
“Somewhere in between there is a rate that maximizes the tax revenue.”
“Ponzi schemes grow until the number of marks runs out, and immigration amnesty and open borders maximizes the time period to collapse.”
“But whereas the latter utilizes various mediums, Slattery relies on the interview format, and maximizes its potential.”
“A connection to the outdoors exists right out your balcony door, and creating a space that maximizes this potential is a must.”
“Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano said the budget proposal allows the department to meet security threats "while reflecting an unprecedented commitment to fiscal discipline that maximizes the effectiveness of every security dollar we receive.”
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