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lid

noun cap, ceiling, cover, greatest number, limit, maximum, most quantity, outer limit, outer restriction, roof, stop, top, top number
Associated concepts: caps on awards
See also: cap
References in classic literature ?
Jacob, finding the lid rather tight, gave the box to his brother in perfect faith.
David screwed on the lid, while Jacob, looking grave, rose and grasped his pitchfork.
Thus adjured, we set to work to pull up the stone lids on the other two, first--not without a feeling of sacrilege--breaking the seals that fastened them.
Glegg had lifted out the parchments, and had fortunately drawn back a little, when the iron holder gave way, and the heavy lid fell with a loud bang that resounded over the house.
Come with me,' she said, and she lifted up the lid of the chest; 'take one out for yourself.
She looked up at him languidly, as though her lids were weighted with sleep and it cost her an effort to raise them.
This NDA is supported by efficacy and safety data compiled from the company's full clinical programme to evaluate ADS-5102 for the treatment of LID in patients with Parkinson's disease.
8226; Highly Adjustable: A flexible, patent pending, self-retractable band adapts to any shape and size lid from from .
The Sydney-based packaging firm produces a heat sensitive beverage lid called the Smart Lid.
Because this style of lid consists of a disk and a separate band, it is sometimes referred to as a two-piece canning lid.
Add water up to the point where the lid screws on, allowing for the toys to displace some of the water.
CET has been 'enhanced' and now it is time to do the same with the practitioner's understanding and management of lid margin disease.