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Synonyms for furthermost

(comparatives of 'far') most remote in space or time or order

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As a result, it appears 14 per cent larger and 30 per cent brighter than when it is at its furthermost point.
One of the surest ways is to push the sport, if not peddle the sport, to even the furthermost corner of the country.
Furthermore, it is possible that the number of cows that voluntarily traffic back to the dairy from furthermost paddocks may in fact be significantly reduced.
At the furthermost end of the apse, and to the right of the stupa, the artists drew images from the Shyama Jataka which tells of Shyama, a virtuous forest-dweller fatally hit by the poisoned arrow of the King of Varanasi who is out hunting.
This has immediately meant the furthermost claims areas of India have become de facto areas of Chinese control.
Even if the segment is quite fragmented, direct sellers lead sales, as they are able to reach the furthermost parts of the country, and are constantly renovating their sets/kits product offers in each of their monthly catalogues.
Afterwards, Sawiya and the ancestors with her travelled west to the furthermost Gogodala village and then 'all the way, they went back to Wabila'.
A small natural gas field was found by the Navy near Barrow at the furthermost northern tip of the reserve, and gas production wells were ultimately drilled there to supply federal installations there, such as a Distant Early Warning radar site and the Naval Arctic Research Laboratory that then existed.
Furthermost America played a significant role in the stability of South Asia specifically afterward sun colorization of the region.
On an early summer morning, a long walk north from the lifeguard's chair on Madaket Beach eventually leads to Smith's Point, the furthermost tip on this side of the island.
Our ferry reached its furthermost point up the Bosporus, just at the mouth of the Black Sea, and we disembarked at the old fishing village, now tourist attraction, of Anadolu Kavagi (translated as Anatolian tree or aspen).
Speaking to artists who lived in Grenada at that time, I got the impression that there was very little, if any, representative art documenting what had happened in the towns and in the furthermost reaches of the country.
This means that sacred spaces are, first and furthermost, created and shaped by social action, which takes into account spatial organization, the integration of sacred space within economic structures and the power relations affecting the role of the participants.
Keep the area clear as far as the furthermost branch and while walls and hedges provide a more favourable aspect for shrubs, the immediate area drains more quickly of nutrients and can become the driest part of the garden.
Beyond the theoretical minutiae of Foucault's and Deleuze's conceptual virtuosity, the "Kantian sleep" prolonged by Heideggerian ontology and radicalized to its furthermost limits by the philosophies of difference and exteriority, requires a double-bind relationship not only with Kant and transcendentalism, but also with the Enlightenment and the destiny of Western modernity; that is, the willingness to accept without reservation a common destiny and engrave it in the theoretical apparatus of the West.