Employment levels continued to rise during December, and at its sharpest
rate in three months.
6 percent to 158,210 units for the second sharpest
percentage point fall and the sixth straight month of decline.
Among industry sectors, agriculture, fishing and forestry saw the sharpest
A rise in both temporary and contract work at the sharpest
rate for nearly three years shows how they continue to provide vital flexibility for UK businesses as well as a valuable route back into work for job-seekers.
The newly refurbished Hubble space telescope is showing Earth the sharpest
photos yet of deep into the cosmos.
But which kid's talent for tasting is so discerning that it commands the honor of being crowned the kid with the sharpest
taste buds in America?
is likely to report the sharpest
decline when automakers release sales figures Thursday.
If Wayne Rooney fractured his knee you couldn't expect him to be at his sharpest
on his first game back.
Writing in the 1880s, William Morris lamented that what he called the intellectual arts had been separated by "the sharpest
lines of demarcation" from the decorative arts, and he exhorted craftsmen to create a "noble, popular art" guided by nature and history.
Anyway, the point of this illustration is to describe the way we skateboarders are always looking for the deepest pool, the sharpest
lip, the gnarliest slash, and by achieving these we attain a deep state of melancholy bliss--nirvana, if you will.
But no matter; select the one that is the sharpest
for you and click on it.
Medicines that have been available for decades--research costs had long been recovered--showed the sharpest
rise in price; yet manufacturers had created few if any breakthroughs during that time.