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minimum

noun bit, dash, drop, fragment, iota, jot, least amount, least part, least quantity, lowest quantity, minim, modicum, morsel, mote, pars minima, particle, piece, quorum, scantling, scintilla, shade, sliver, small amount, small quantity, sprinkling, sufficiency, sufficient amount, tincture, tinge, tittle, touch, trace, whit
Associated concepts: minimum age, minimum charge, minnmum fee schedule, minimum price, minimum wage
See also: minimal, minor, modicum, nominal, paucity
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Dovlecei fresh in season (5 months / year) - um 4250 kg minimum - maximum 5200;
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California is tied for the nation's sixth-highest state-mandated minimum wage with Massachusetts.
Nonetheless, some lawmakers say that raising the minimum wage would do more harm than good.
CORRECTION: The Democrat leaders in the Congress vowed, if they took control of the legislative branch, immediately to introduce legislation to increase the mandatory federal minimum wage by 40 percent.
Indeed, the Economic Policy Institute reports that while African Americans make up 11% of the nation's workforce, they make up 17% of those who would be directly affected by a minimum wage increase.
NTSP's minimum payment form explains to the participating physicians that NTSP queries its affiliates and membership to establish contract minimums.
55(a) imposes an AMT equal to the excess of tentative minimum tax (TMT) for the tax year over the regular tax for the tax year.
In Canada, 1 in 25 employees worked at or below the minimum wage set by their province in 2003, but the incidence varied widely from province to province, according to a new profile of minimum-wage workers, ranging from 1.
When considering the first belief, understand that most low-wage workers are not in poor families and that the bulk of the increased earnings attributable to raising the minimum wage does not accrue to low-income families.
A 1998 survey of small businesses by Bard College economists found that fewer than 3 percent of small businesses would reduce employment if the minimum wage were pushed even to six dollars an hour.

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