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n. slang for maximum, as the most interest that can be charged on an "adjustable rate" promissory note.

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By contrast, two capfuls of biodegradable No Rinse Wash and Shine ($12.99 for 32 ounces) require only two gallons of water for all but the dirtiest cars.
He even suggests adding a couple of capfuls of bleach to bathing water, something that he claims he has been doing for the last 25 years to no ill effect.
The drug is becoming popular in the dance and rave scene, and is measured out in capfuls. It is categorised as a Class C drug, with possession leading to up to two years' imprisonment.
However, as the dishes piled up, the two capfuls ran out of cleaning power.
I was cleaning a batch of .300 WSM cases not long ago and it wasn't going fast enough to suit me so I poured a couple of capfuls of polish into the mix.
INGREDIENTS: 560g lean shoulder of pork 1tsp mixed herbs 1 /2tsp smoked paprika 335g Cumberland sausage 2-3 long leeks 200g prunes (remove the stones) Zest and juice of 1 /2 orange 2 capfuls brandy 3 medium eggs 100ml whipping cream 2 large cloves of garlic, crushed 4-5 fresh sage leaves finely chopped CHEF'S TIP: Use a non-stick 9in loaf pan
Just as reversing into a bollard is not automatically dangerous driving or taking two capfuls of Night Nurse is drug abuse.
``He measured out a number of capfuls for himself and his friends then topped them up with apple Tango .