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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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Barrel: Brux custom cut-rifled from 416R stainless steel double-stress-relieved bar stock; three-grooves with a 1:11.31 right-hand twist-(Brux Barrels LLC, Dept.
"North America is, by far, the largest market for Chilean fruit, so PMA Fresh Summit is an incredibly important show," says Karen Brux, managing director North America for the San Carlos, Calif.-based company.
"It has been a great season for Chilean citrus in North America," notes Karen Brux, of the San Carlos, Calif.-based association.
Abitbol, Jean, Jean de Brux, Ginette Millot, Marie-Francoise Masson, Odile Languille Mimoun, Helene Pau, and Beatrice Abitol.
(14) Another term, carcinome canaliculaire, was coined by Leroux-Robert and De Brux in 1976.
"Beyond meeting with the buyer, we pull in merchandisers, marketing and social staff and retail dieticians to develop integrated programs that are specific to those stores," says Karen Brux, North America managing director for the San Carlos, Calif.-based organization.
"Gone are the days when we'd push one nationwide promotion program and a few point-of-sale pieces," says Karen Brux of the San Carlos, Calif.-based association.
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"Lower volumes and higher prices presented significant challenges in working with retailers on promotions," says Karen Brux, managing director for the San Carlos, Calif.-based CFFA.
economy, and a vital component of the Chilean Fresh Fruit Association's North American growth strategy," said Karen Brux, the association's managing director.