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- adv. In a maximal manner.
- adv. To a maximal extent. As much as possible.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the highest degree; to the utmost; extremely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to a maximal degree
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Yes, but he would never be called Mr. Rafaelsson – he would always be addressed as Matthew, even in maximally formal situations.
Drosophila model of Parkinson disease at concentrations significantly lower than that required to induce Hsp70 expression maximally
It always went all wonky for her when she looked away and back again, adjusting itself only minimally, as she imagined it may do maximally for others.
Third, no one denies the ability of an unfavorable (or less than maximally favorable) environment in limiting one's potential.
If your individual propensity to save equals your individual propensity to consume then you are a maximally efficient member of society (you remove no wealth from circulation through saving/hoarding, whatever you call it) and although long-run PPC growth is a goal, as Keynes put it, "In the long-run we are all dead."
An "A" was at least 90% of the maximally scoring student, etc.
Paulson wanted to pick those expected to perform worst as that was the risk most desired to unload and that made his short position maximally valuable.
The TSA rules require individuals to submit to a digital strip search that is maximally intrusive.
That said, we have an opportunity to make sure that, whatever happens, the nation's children will be maximally protected.
To be maximally effective, I think the United States need to commit itself publicly to this goal as well as raising it privately.