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Synonyms for furthermost

Synonyms for furthermost

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

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This vital consciousness "involves us in the thousand and one ramifications of economic, political and civic life, as well as those of science, art and education," in short, "on the furthermost reaches of human activity" (pp.
Jubara bin Eid Al-Suraisri, who is also the Chairman of Saudi Railways Organization, said here today that in furthermost of the unlimited State assistance accorded to transport sector, and to fall in line with the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to be keen in facilitating transport means for citizens, residents as well as visitors, in addition to the importance of connecting Kingdom's regions by a railway network project, the Two Holy Mosques express train project will serve as a support to the already-established giant highways network in the Kingdom.
3) The reader's gaze and our interpretation of Andy's gaze is redirected away from Tamara's body by the smallest, furthermost panel depicting Tamara's head.
Throughout the unfortunate events, youth occupied the furthermost active hype; therefore, we were able to interview a number of college students, who fall under the same category and were kind enough to share their points of view with Bahrain News Agency (BNA).
She herself admitted that she had originally made Scott notice her by pretending to ignore him: "With my instinct to avoid what was attracting me, I moved to the furthermost corner of the party.
And, if this means that we will have to take on Haqqani and his ilk then to do so, because such is the contagion that they have spread stretching from the furthermost edge of FATA to Karachi, which eventually, as surely as night follows day, we will have to confront or else succumb.
To detect the deceleration transition zone at each curve the furthermost surveyed location from the beginning section of the curve where the user starts to decelerate and the final location where deceleration terminates were identified.
He also failed again on one major account: Moving from the heart of tropical America to the furthermost reaches of North America, his primitive myths in hand, he forgot to visit that biggest tribe of all, what Baudrillard called "the only remaining primitive society" on the American continent.
WMAP is constantly surveying the furthermost reaches of the universe, measuring the very faint "echo" of the Big Bang.
She's just opened her 34th - and second largest - shop in one of the furthermost reaches of Liver pool One.
1560) (9) To Christopher Columbus Sailing on your fast ship, Columbus, you crossed the hitherto known thresholds of the earth and reached nations unknown, vast and hidden realms, and the world of the Antipodeans, furthermost of men.
Frank Buckles is the last in the long line of men like our founder Robert Marx, who captured the furthermost point taken by the American Army before the Armistice.
Walpole created a series of character areas linking discrete but interrelated features by a sinuous path that wended its way around the southern and western extremities of the site, connecting the buildings to the furthermost features in the landscape.
Going down and a little bit to the right we come to the 'Musculoskeletal' session and going diagonal to the left we end up in the furthermost left spot, described as the 'Interventional Radiology' section.