1. a stated number or fewer
Choose no/not more than three options.
no more than persons不能超過
No more than do沒有比做的多
no more than you和你一樣
no o more than只只
no more profound than只不過
no more than only只有
but they are capable of no more than man himself when he wants.
that may be no more than another pious wish.
their replies were no more than grunts of acknowledgement.
they typically read no more than one or two pages of an article or book before they would 「bounce」 out to another site.
the drawbacks (for some people) are the limits on shareholders: no more than 100 of them, they must be individual us citizens or residents, and only one class of stock is allowed.
with no more than this single instruction, people have no difficulty completing the task.
no more than this article.
some places were no more than glorified pubs.
the restaurant was no more than a glorified fast-food cafe.
you won「t be able to find anything whatever, from head to heart, that truly belongs to him. he is, indeed, no more than a shadow cast by somebody else or a machine capable of doing business.
the unit shown above, therefore, is no more than a small portion of the whole dna molecule.
before people arrived it was home to just a flightless bird, a land crab and no more than 30 species of plant, none as big as a bush.
three thousand dollars is no more than a portion.
and some, he thought, were no more than sighs, like the one he once wrote on the sand of an irish beach for the tide to take away.
if the answer to each of these questions is at least partly yes, that may mean no more than that mr godley was a man of several talents, many interests and an intelligence to make good use of them.
the man was no more than ten yards away and slightly uphill.
so he allowed his mind to be occupied with her, deeming his preoccupation to be no more than a philosopher」s regard of an exceedingly novel, fresh, and interesting specimen of womankind.
the load should be no more than five tons.
what you really want is a balanced interview with you talking no more than 60% of the time.
in an american context, these results are, perhaps, no more than an interesting curiosity: at the age of 15, boys outnumber girls by about 4% and the ratio shrinks towards equality thereafter.
「this may be telling us something very deep about the world we live in, or it may be no more than a quirky coincidence, 」 he said.
no more than two versions of a service should be operational at any time.
a fish took it, ran no more than a yard, and then quickly lay on its side flapping, the spoon so deep down its gullet it couldn「t use its gills.
in reality, the target rate is a ceiling, not a floor; if you turn the cross-rate round, the swiss want the franc to be worth no more than 83.33 euro cents.
figure out how much you」re likely to spend, and put no more than that in your wallet.
and for all the rest of my life, as i know now, i shall have to shave every morning in order to be ready for no more than this!
strive for no more than one call after a single cardinality find on a home, or a next on an iterator retrieved from a collection.
soldiers and cops and firefighters, he argues, embody a notion of public service to which the rest of us are now no more than spectators.
many play for fun, or for no more than their peers’ praise.
less expensive, but introducing a risk of some lost data in the event of failover, would be to replicate data no more than every n seconds.
the talk is no more than a platitude.
it「strue we were acquainted, but no more than that.
it」s no more than one mile to the shops.
no more than three.
then it’s really no more than a means of transportation, it too loses its luster.
the northward journey from jalalabad was no more than 120 miles.