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ceiling

noun acme, altitude, apex, apogee, climax, extreme, extremity, farthest point, height, highest degree, highest point, limit, maximum, optimum, peak, pinnacle, record, roof, summit, tectum, top, ultimate, utmost, uttost extent, utmost height, uttermost, vertex, zenith
Associated concepts: maximum income ceiling, maximum rent ceiling
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But, for the CHA's highest wage earners, who have been paying the ceiling rents since those amounts were less than 30 percent of their incomes, the new rent policy will mean an increase in rent--and, in some cases, a substantial increase.
The company has also announced that its customers can now recycle pre-approved ceiling panels made by USG or other manufacturers and, once customers have a full truckload, USG will pay the way.
wasn't trying to be trendy, but he did push up the 8-foot ceiling in his own home's formal dining room by handcrafting an octagon that adds grandeur to the room and gives the ceiling a customized look.
To make a walled-in area at the project's interior more visually appealing, a ceiling system was designed that Studio A principal Jack Esterson said acts as an all-purpose "sculpture for working.
By April 2004 the ceiling gave way, leaving a large hole in the side of the room.
Zine's communications director, Jennifer Forkish, said water was dripping from the ceiling in her office Monday morning and that as she looked up, the tiles parted, then fell.
Since Armstrong, the country's largest producer of ceiling tiles, introduced the recycling program in 1999, it has reclaimed enough tiles to cover 349 football fields.
384 trillion debt ceiling on October 14, forcing the Treasury to use "a series of bookkeeping maneuvers to keep financing the government's normal operations without breaching the debt ceiling," continued the report.
There are lots of bumpy formations on the ceiling of Lake Louise.
the annual deduction ceiling, the investment ceiling and the taxable income limit) applies at both the entity level and at the taxpayer level; see Sec.
And they couldn't have determined its route without ripping up the ceiling.
The company just installed tin ceilings in a Palm Beach home that hosted President George Bush, but you don't have to be a millionaire to afford one: A rough cost estimate is $1,500 for a 12-by-14 white tin ceiling with crown molding.