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nearly all

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(superlative of 'many' used with count nouns and often preceded by 'the') quantifier meaning the greatest in number

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the superlative of 'much' that can be used with mass nouns and is usually preceded by 'the'

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used to form the superlative

very

(of actions or states) slightly short of or not quite accomplished

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According to Brux, through week 40 of 2015, exports of Chilean citrus were around 12.
All the separate components come together to create a really strong two-week push for Chilean blueberries," says Brux, adding that the CFFA does this year-round for multiple commodities in chains with 10 to 2,000 stores.
More and more produce companies are partnering with complementary products in order to educate consumers on the versatility and many uses of their product," observes Brux.
Jung K, Stephan C, Lein M, Henke W, Schnorr D, Brux B, et al.
Lower volumes and higher prices presented significant challenges in working with retailers on promotions," says Karen Brux, managing director for the San Carlos, Calif.
economy, and a vital component of the Chilean Fresh Fruit Association's North American growth strategy," said Karen Brux, the association's managing director.
Our marketing material will focus, first and foremost, on the easy, scrumptious ways avocados can be incorporated into eating occasions throughout the day," says Karen Brux, marketing director, "but then highlight the many ways that they can contribute to one's health and wellbeing.
I have not had much luck getting the Brux four groove barrels to shoot it, however.
The only stainless barrel that I am currently using with 90s is the very good Brux 6.
per capita consumption of blueberries has more than doubled since 2005, and consumption continues to grow," says Karen Brux, managing director of the Sonoma, Calif.
When a consumer walks into their local supermarket during the fall and winter months, they see an abundance of high quality, fresh fruit from Chile, says Karen Brux, managing director.