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- v. Present participle of maximize.
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- adj. Making as great as possible; increasing tothe highest degree.
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- adj. making as great as possible
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As more and more children with implants enter the educational system, it is imperative that there be knowledgeable professionals to assist them in maximizing the potential of their devices.
It took a while to get out of the mentality of having my windows maximized all the time, but I find that not maximizing is much more conducive to multitasking.
I doubt his interest or ability in maximizing my utility.
In other words, Matt is assuming that we should mainly be interested in maximizing the sum total of human welfare, and we should care about the morality of intention (i.e., is it murder or manslaughter) only insofar as that, perhaps indirectly and over the long run, does contribute to human welfare.
Like any economic agent, the doctors are interested in maximizing their revenue and will skirt all the ethical lines they can to do so, with an eye towards malpractice suits as the big stick to avoid.
This threatens the ability of Congress to assist Israel in maximizing its security in the expedient and apolitical manner of the past.
After reading an article this morning on the Federally funded Medicare Advantage program (private Medicare insurance HMO's), seems that Insurance companies find a way in maximizing profits.
The phrasing needs some work, but basicly, I want the the determination of what rights and powers are reserved to the states or the people to be determined by the states or the people, not by the body that has a vested interest in maximizing the scope of their own powers.
I'm a firm believer in maximizing the lifetime of the card, perhaps have them be biodegradable.
The real leadership has been shown by Mr Chopp, who realizes the State of Washington cannot afford everything, and who seems more interested in maximizing tax payer dollars than Mr Nickels