upper limit

NOUN
  1. the largest possible quantity
  2. the limit on the upper (or northernmost) side of something
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How To Use upper limit In A Sentence

  • Marine ecologists have long regarded the stresses imposed by abiotic factors like temperature to play pivotal roles in establishing the upper limits to zonation in the intertidal zone.
  • This is because under the high-moisture condition, the majority of mushroom poisoning thrive well spread, the greenhouse internal phase to the humidity upper limit is 85%.
  • Although variously defined, the upper limit for heavy oil has been set at 22° API gravity and a viscosity of 100 centipoise (cP). Orinoco Heavy Oil Belt, Venezuela
  • The coordinating altitude is flexible, situation-dependent, and serves as the upper limit of the Army airspace control subarea. FM 90-4 Appendix G
  • Loss of vocal resonance, and fremitus; oegophony, tubular respiration over the root of the lung or at the upper limit of the dulness, and more or less extensive displacement of the heart. Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 Being Mainly a Clinical Study of the Nature and Effects of Injuries Produced by Bullets of Small Calibre
  • There is an upper limit of £20 000 spent on any one project.
  • The upper limit for party violation in this strong interaction was quoted by Tanner.
  • In 1997 the Irish punt rose in the slipstream of the British pound to its upper limits against all other currencies.
  • The firm does not return to a point halfway between the lower and upper limits. Principles of Corporate Finance
  • A level of 450 ppm CO2 is a mere ~40 ppm below the upper boundary of ~500 ppm, which is the upper limit of stability of the Antarctic ice sheet, formed about 34 million years ago. The Upper limit to CO2 for Human Habitats
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