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  • verb Present participle of max.

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Examples

  • The 57-year-old Morris could get anything from probation to a prison term maxing out at four years.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • The 57-year-old Morris could get anything from probation to a prison term maxing out at four years.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • If my world isn’t strong enough to handle my husband’s wrecking ball of abusive, player character min maxing, then it wouldn’t be strong enough for my characters, or my reader.

    My husband, the world wrecker «

  • And it would be one thing if the decisions when generating a character were simply authorial decisions to make an interesting character – but they’re not; the inevitable siren song of min-maxing is too loud. callin

    Player Empowerment or Player Entitlement? « Geek Related

  • If my world isn’t strong enough to handle my husband’s wrecking ball of abusive, player character min maxing, then it wouldn’t be strong enough for my characters, or my reader.

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  • Apparently after "maxing" out my 5 GB card at the end of my first 30 service, Virgin decided to 'limit' my account.

    RateItAll: The Buzz Feed

  • Apparently after "maxing" out my 5 GB card at the end of my first 30 service, Virgin decided to 'limit' my account.

    RateItAll: The Buzz Feed

  • Is that a 150% loss ratio is that consistent with kind of maxing out the 10% cap on each policy here then.

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  • (Other fundraising efforts, such as maxing out at the fund, are also underway.)

    Ask Allison

  • Ongo's signup page says you can add any one of them "for free" to its basic package, but clicking on a few of them reveals extra monthly fees--maxing out at $14.99 for the Globe.

    A first read of Ongo: ad-free news for a price

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