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All Quiet on the Western Front
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utmost
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All Quiet on the Western Front
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  • No sooner do we know this than we dive into the nearest dug-outs, and with the utmost haste seize on whatever provisions we can see, especially the tins of corned beef and butter, before we clear out.
  • Thus we live a closed, hard existence of the utmost superficiality, and rarely does an incident strike out a spark.
  • The Bushmen are primitive and naturally so, but we are primitive in an artificial sense, and by virtue of the utmost effort.
  • The peasants wrap up their booty with the utmost solemnity, and then get out their big pocket knives, and slowly and deliberately cut off a slice of bread for themselves from their supply and with every mouthful take a piece of the good tough sausage and so reward themselves with a good feed.

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  • It is of the utmost importance.
  • it was with the utmost difficulty that I...
    Jonathan Swift  --  Gulliver’s Travels

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