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Vox populi-UK
verb To kill oneself or another person.
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At that moment the withered topmost bough of the oak loosened itself in the stilly air, and fell in soft, light fragments upon the rock, upon the leaves, upon Reuben, upon his wife and child, and upon Roger Malvin's bones.
But those around the gate had seen it slowly yield, and drop from its topmost hinge.
There the father of gods and men stayed his horses, took them from the chariot, and hid them in a thick cloud; then he took his seat all glorious upon the topmost crests, looking down upon the city of Troy and the ships of the Achaeans.
His arms were pinioned to his sides and there was horror and terror on his face, that looked imploringly at the youths from above the topmost coil of those encircling him.
The AAC Sarai Naurang thanked the officials of the food safety authority for conducting joint operation with the district administration and said that the safety of citizens was the topmost priority of the government and no negligence would be tolerated in this regard.
According to the CIAA, Rauniyar is the topmost official nabbed so far in corruption case.
Summary: Dehradun (Uttarakhand) [India], July 16 (ANI): Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said on Tuesday that the decision to close Lakshman Jhula for vehicular and pedestrian use was taken with safety of users as the topmost priority.
PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Mines and Minerals, Dr Amjad Ali has said that resolving problems of people was among the topmost priorities of provincial government.
Under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Imran Kham, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leadership was catering to the needs of overseas Pakistanis as a topmost priority, he said.
Imran said it was government's topmost priority to provide all out facilities to the investors.
Conservation experts pointed to the belfry's topmost level and its cupola, which were all later additions, as the most possible reasons for the collapse, since cement is heavier than stone-particularly the Porac stone used in the construction of the church.
This is why its importance is undeniable and we have witnessed how under developing nations have change their lives after giving preferences to education and including it among their topmost priorities.